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Location: Pacific Ocean

Whatta day! Watch team one had the 8-12 watch this morning, which wasn’t too shabby. Anna and I’s task was to take all of the nav master charts and erase the pencil marks that had been building up for god knows how long. Meanwhile, Felipe, Anton, and Olivia worked on getting the rust off of the trash pump (used as an emergency fire hose/water pump). We all took our sweet time because there wasn’t much availability in our schedule to chill out and work on just one thing. Our first meal of the day was grilled cheese and tomato soup. Breakfast? Lunch? Who knows what to call it anymore? Afterward, I moved into nap time while everyone else cleaned up after meal time (a luxury skipper of the day gets to enjoy). Class today consisted of Marine Bio and Seamanship.

In Bio we went over the fish we need to study for our next fish ID quiz and I’m not sure what else, I was busy distracting Max and Makena per usual. Seamanship, however, we went over the skills needed to complete our charting exam. Toby and Max will need to complete this test within an hour and a half in order to fulfill the requirement for their Yacht Master course. Alexandra was cooking today and spilled the entirety of her saucepan on the floor during class due to the sea state. I couldn’t contain my laughter at her misfortune. For dinner, we had chicken something with a side of vegetables and mashed taters. Divine. At dinner, I and a few others spent our time proving to Anton that NOT ALL COUNTRY MUSIC IS THE SAME, a common misconception on Argo for some reason. Followed by singing Claire Happy Birthday six times over the course of the day, including once in Hebrew and Dutch. (I think that’s what Pieter speaks). We ended the evening by eating cookie cake made by none other than Claire herself. Special shoutout to my birthgivers for kicking me out of the country for a while to enjoy this experience. As well as my grandmother Bonnie and my loyal group of followers in her jazzercise class (stay classy, ladies). That’s it from me for today.

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