Today started off early for some of the Argo crew whether it was doing laundry or going out with the dinghies to do some water samples of the marina and the surrounding area. In the morning after breakfast we had an OCB class where we played jeopardy followed by an MTE class on anchors and docking and finishing off with an OCE class on physical oceanography. After lunch everyone had free time for the day to get out and explore the island, rent bikes, walk around town, wind surf, or relax on the boat. A group, which I was a part of, went back to Jibe City and did some more wind surfing. Windsurfing once you get the hang of it is a blast with the only aggravation being the 10-year-old kids and the 80-year-old seniors flying by you after a tumble into the water. At 7pm tonight everyone will be back on Argo for the squeeze question of the day, which will be, “If you were to start your own business or non-profit/foundation that you would spend your career managing, what would it be and why?” After supper we have a night out where we get to enjoy the sights and sounds of the last day of Carnival here in Bonaire. So far the day has been great with the upcoming night to be even better.
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