When someone asks you what you did today you usually start with when I woke
up I did this, but I did not wake up, I was already awake. At 0000 the science team, which consisted of Whistler, Jordan, and I (What a squad) finished analyzing Chlorophyll-A and started processing seaweed. That is just a few of the things we do in the lab. After getting relived by B-Watch at 0100 I was conked out until breakfast at 0700. I woke up to some mad good pancakes and then took a nap right after until watch meeting at 1100. We had just recently switched watch officers and It was a good chance to finally get to know them on a personal level. After watch meeting we haD some downtime until lunch, where we played spit, which is our groups favorite card game. Then we had lunch at 1220 and watch at 1300. Watch was what you call a hectic watch. We did a lot of sail handling during class which made in it feel like a crazy watch. We started watch heading in the wrong direction but after class we jibed and quickly got back on course steering 190 degrees Compass to get us to Bermuda. Today was good, a little rain here and there but overall one for the books. And the lasagna oh man, after a long hard watch it was really what I needed. Best meal so far, but not as good as yours, mom, don't worry. Thanks Tess and the galley crew for a bussy meal. Although it's only been two weeks I would say I have made memories of a life time, whether its sailing while the sun is rising or playing card games in the salon, or vlogging in the streets of Luneburg, or playing hangman and Wordle during times when we shouldn't be, it has been the quite the experience and I would have to say that although times can be rough aboard the Cramer I am super grateful for this experience and cannot wait to continue sailing with this group of people to Bermuda.