The astroparticle physicist Dr. Martin Wolf is a member of the IceCube winterover team 2021. He arrived at the Amundson-Scott Southpole station on November 24, 2020. To keep the IceCube hunt for high-energy cosmic neutrinos going, he will live in one of the most remote and cold places on Earth for the next 52 weeks - or even more. In this blog, Martin reports on his daily life and talks about what makes being at the South Pole fascinating and why it is difficult at times. All photos on this page are by Martin Wolf/IceCube NSF.