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Second day at SEA Semester.
We had the usual intro to courses, syllabus, book, materials and so on. But the highlight of the day was the visit to the library of Woods Hole. There we had the chance to see books as old as the 1500s, depicting illustrations and ...
Arrived on campus and made my way to the house. We are 18 students in total, 2 houses of 9 students each. On the first floor there is a large kitchen and living room, a bathroom and a bedroom. Upstairs there are 3 bedroom and one bathroom. Each night there is one or two people that are in charge of cooking dinner for the house following a schedule.
... back to the highway and take a dip on Races beach. Dunes, sand, sea = no camera on beach. Shimmied into our cossies and took the plunge. It was freezing - all agree colder than Kingsand- we caused quite a stir with people just stopping and looking and encouraging us. Really strong current to right (hence the name "Races") so quite challenging swimming. Like one of those pools you can get to swim against a current- we struggled to stay in the same place. No one else in the water at ...
... of the island. If you do this make sure to stop by the Oldest House (built in the 1600's), The Windmill (over 200 years old and still functioning), and the many cemetaries that are located on the island. We also took a morning sail on the Endeavor, a reporduction of an old fishing ship. As stated before, I love sailing and we really had a great sail in the bay and Nantucket Sound.
Our brief stay in Nantucket was a good one and we suspect we will be back ...
... close. We had our "bonding time" every night, where we would gossip and play cards or read aloud. It sounds fruity, and I wish I could say we were off racing the boys up the mountain. But we really kept each other sane. We did, however, climb the mountain. Did I mention there was a mountain in our back yard: Arthur's Seat. At the top, we saw all of Edinburgh and the ocean. At one point I was scaling a side of the mountain (I'm just going to repeat ...