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Jack Lynch '17

Jack Lynch '17
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Final Day Marine Bio Lynch

Today, we woke up to a bunch of donuts that Casey brought us, which was awesome. This made everyone enjoy breakfast even more than usual. After breakfast, we headed to a beach to pick up trash for our service project. This certain beach was where one hundred percent of the islands fresh water comes from, so it is very...

Day 6 Marine Bio Lynch

Today started out with breakfast at our house, the Lime House. We set up the table with the same things as the other days. After breakfast, my boat, the Sea Monkey, was dropped at the docks to go sea turtle tagging. My tagging group, of myself, Cooper, Bobby, Reese, and Luke. We are basically professional turtle taggers after...

Day 5 Marine Biology Lynch

Today was the best day yet. It seems like every day gets better and more interesting. It started the same, with breakfast and a ride to the dock. Once there, we rode the boat to the wreck of the Rhone. The wreck of the Rhone is a ship that sunk in the 1800's because of a hurricane. When we...

Marine Biology Day 3 Lynch

Day four started the same as the previous days, with a seven a.m. wakeup time and frosted flakes at the mango house. Then, we headed to the docks to start our day of diving. The first dive was stationed at ship wreck alley, where the Dive BVI staff had four sunken ships to check out. Today though, we were...

Marine biology day 3 Lynch

Day three started the same as usual, with a seven a.m. wake alarm and breakfast. Today though, we ate at the jasmine cabin, which is occupied by the marine two students. For breakfast, we ate the same food as yesterday, but today I bought a muffin. After breakfast, we went to the docks and loaded up the...

Marine Biology Day 2 Lynch

Today was the second day of our trip and my first time ever scuba diving in the ocean. We started the day out with a seven a.m. alarm and a walk to our teachers house. Once there, we were met by Casey, Jeff, and our teachers. This morning was our teachers turn to cook breakfast, so they prepared us...

Marine Biology day 1 Lynch

Today was a long but exciting day. We began our day early with a long flight to Puerto Rico, which was then followed by a four hour lay over. While in the airport of San Juan, a couple of guys and myself went to margaritaville for a bite to eat and some time to relax, but after that it...