The Bush School, Day 4 , May 2015

Trip Day: Day 4

Location: James Island, WA

Name(s): Maya & Julia

School/Grade: The Bush School 6th-8th

Please share some interesting stories about today…

Today we did the whipped cream challenge, were a dollop of whipped cream is put on the palm of your hand. From there you catapult it into the air and try to catch it in your mouth.

Any favorite wildlife sightings, quotes, games to share?

Today we spotted a few bald eagles as well as a considerable amount of deer poop.
“Eww I got a new life you can hardly recognize me.”
-Julian, singing for the 20th time

Describe the anchorage or moorage where Carlyn is right now:

Rocky (both physically and in a boat type of way), anchored in a sort of bay on James Island

Today’s weather…

Today was mostly sunny, apart from a few clouds in the late afternoon.

Describe highlights from today’s science and sailing watches:

Today we did a sailing challange, were only the students put up sails, navigated the boat and did our science experiments. Every student also got to try his or her hand at steering the boat.

Any questions, concerns, or expectations for tomorrow?

We have to go home tomorrow 🙁
We get to shower tomorrow 🙂

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