Thursday was definitely the busiest day I ever worked on at Save the Harbor. It started with our weekly, 7:30am meeting, where we talked about how we can make work better. After, we took a boat out to Piers Park, where I got ready to work a scheduled routine, but that did not go as I expected. We basically did half of the day, and after kayaking and fishing for a while, we took an Uber out to CBI, in Downtown where we taught kids about salt in the water. They used a refractometer, and they were able to prove their hypothesis were close to correct. They did taste tests with cups of water with different amounts of salt. After the lab experiment, we went out to fish, where a young girl caught a pretty big eel! It was really slimy and hard to get off the hook, but that was the first time I ever seen an eel in real life.
|Fishing at Courageous|
That weekend, I had another event at the seafood festival where I dressed as a pirate and walked around looking at the wide variety of foods that were brought for the festival. Instead I ate a burrito even though people told me the food at the festival was really good. I also fish printed at this event and got to do some t-shirts too! It was a really fun event.
See ya next time,