Peak to Peak Academy – Day 2

Trip Day: Day 2

Location: Jones Island

Name(s): Student crew

School/Grade: 7th

The Morning Report from Pelican Beach on Cyprus Island.
Provided by Noah and Caroline.
7:46 am
Wind in from the East at 5-6 knots.
The Temperature is currently 51 degrees F
The sky is 15% covered by clouds. Most of the clouds are Cirrus.
There has been measurable precipitation in the last 24 hours.
The Marine Forecast for San Juan Island and Northern Waters:
Today; East winds 10-15kts shifting to South 10kts
Tonight; East winds 10 shifting to SE 15-25
Tomorrow; SE winds 10-20 shifting to East 5-15
Today’s Tides low 5.2 @ 5:10, high 6.2 @ 9:22, low -0.1 @ 16:30, high 7.9 @ 12:33(am)
Water usage; 25 gallons
Food waste; 4 gallons
Trash created; 7 gallons
Today’s date in history: People in Scotland took the very first photo images of what was believed to be the Loch Ness Monster.

You can tell by the Ship’s Track the students and crew made a fairly long journey today. They began their journey today on the north end of Cyprus Island and explored the waters of the Salish Sea around the north side of Orcas Island. They made a brief stop at Roche Harbor on San Juan Island before finding their way to Jones Island for the night.

The Afternoon Report as provided by Tess and Hadley
James Island

The S/V Carlyn is about 130ft offshore near a dock where three other boats are located (Jones Island). It was sunny for the most part today, but it got a little cooler later in the afternoon.
We learned how to set and douse the main sail today. That was awesome.
We also got to use the plankton net to catch plankton for our experiment.

Tomorrow we would like to see things in tides pools and go hiking
This is such an awesome bonding experience and it has been really fun learning how to run the boat and also use science equipment.

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