Best Day Yet
June 29, 2022
Tessa Curl, Jesuit High School in Portland Oregon
Today was our second day of classes and our best day yet. By now, we are all acclimated to living and working with each other all the time. We woke up to a delicious breakfast of hash browns, oatmeal, and eggs! After breakfast, we headed to our first class which was oceans and society. We had an interesting discussion about the history of boats. After that, we had some homemade blueberry muffins and headed off to oceanography. We got to do a super fun lab where we looked at algae under a microscope.
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