Monday, November 15, 2010

The lab is packed thanks to all the amazing and fabulous helpers i've had over the last few weeks. The container gets picked up on Wednesday off on it's long way to the new home of the Waller Lab, the Darling Marine Center, University of Maine. The container won't get there until the 28th of December - it goes from here by boat on Thursday, then across country by truck - so it'll arrive just one day before I do!

Some pictures from the packing!
Dr. W.

Ryan and Paula packing the mini-fridge. 
Even packing can be made fun! Paula, Doug and Ryan enthralled at getting mid-way through!
Packed! Or at least mostly, a few more items to add tomorrow and it'll be ready to go! 

Friday, November 12, 2010

Packing the lab

It's been all go the last few weeks, organizing, packing and getting the lab ready to ship to Maine. Tuesday saw the last day of work in the Waller lab of the Marine Sciences Building, and Wednesday - Friday has seen all the fabulous lab users kicking in to help get me packed and on my way. I can honestly say this move would not be possible without the help of the undergrads, grad students and postdocs who have made the lab, and the University of Hawaii, a fun place to be. More photos soon as we pack the POD container over the weekend. 


The PODS container arrives. 

The PODS container being dropped off in the loading dock of the Marine Sciences Building. 

Keo and Christian tackle packing my office.

Ryan packs the glassware in a very dismantled looking laboratory.

Daniel stacking boxes, ready for packing the POD this weekend.