Each day, the Polar Rover would take half the group out while the other half stayed at the Tundra Lodge. This helped reduce the peak demand for showers and breakfast/lunch ... plus provided extra space for all to take photographs - Helpful Hint: bring some slit tennis balls to put on your tripod legs for the metal grating. There are some interesting lectures and slide shows about wildlife and the history/culture of Churchill along with an enjoyable "Happy Hour" and all-hands dinners that were fantastic.
In addition to our two Polar Bear Guides Leah and Rinie, there was Ed (Tundra Lodge Manager), Devin (Polar Rover Driver), and Beverly & Jocelyn were the two excellent cooks - the food was scrumptious. We spent four nights here - two of which we saw the Aurora Borealis ... along with dozens of Polar Bears that wandered in and out, providing a constant source of entertainment for all - I felt real lucky to be "in the middle of nowhere" ;-)