“Our cave was a recess in the cliff on the left-hand end of the beach.
“Water had tricked down the face of the cliff and formed long icicles, which hung down in front of the cave to the length of about fifteen feet. These icicles provided shelter, and when we had spread our sails below them, with the assistance of oars, we had quarters that, in the circumstances, had to be regarded as reasonably comfortable. The camp at least was dry.”
– Ernest Shackleton, South