International Inn and Suites on Cape Cod
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Went on a short jog today. It was really fun because we reached a rocky beach that had large boulders where we had the change to practice some parkour and bouldering skills. We then reached a second beach at Quisset Bay, and climbed some trees to the top. We then headed back to campus because we had a ton of work to ...
For part of our scientific log we need to have the skill to draw, sketch and paint animals, organisms, ocean, islands and parts of the boat. Today we practiced a little bit. Started with blind contour lines: draw something without looking at your sketch, you just keep looking at the object and ...
We took a trip to Quisset Bay to practice our sketching skills. We all picked a spot and sat for 1 hour to sketch what we saw. It was slightly snowing, it was cold, and we had a pencil and an eraser. In the the first phot you can see a dock, I was sitting on that dock looking into the bay.
Organized a goecache hunt with people from my crew and another crew of SEA semester. We grabbed the bicycles in our basement and went hunting. The first one was in the woods close to campus, the second one was behind a tree on a bike path, and the third one was by the Nabska lighthouse. The sunset was truly amazing. Also the rocks by the ocean had their caps frozen due to the intense cold weather, but forgot to take a photo of ...
We picked up our hire car - not the Dodge Charger we were hoping for, but a somewhat more sedate Hyundai Sonata (at least it was in black) - and started the road bit. A short 1.5 hr drive down to Cape Cod gave us a chance to sift through the myriad country music stations and find the local classic rock radio stations; where you often hear a song that you haven't heard for years ("Doctor, Doctor" by Robert Palmer - a rare treat). A ...