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Charlie Ayres '19

Charlie Ayres '19
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Day 6 Blog

Starting off the day, we got in the vans and went to the beach that was hidden behind the lava flows. The road was super bumpy and it was cool to see the natural flows of the lava. According to Mr. Hansen, it was called ropy lava because of the structure and shape of the lava. Anyways, we got...

Day 5 Blog

Beginning our fifth day, we all got up early, ate breakfast, and drove out to the NELHA facility to look more in depth in ocean air cooling and other facilities. After arriving to the NELHA we crawled through the visitor center closet to find a secret ladder beneath the building. Once we crawled below, we moved under a skylight...

Day 4 Blog

Starting off the fourth day, we got breakfast and drove out to the harbor to go out to open ocean. The first plan for today was to all get on zodiac boats and cruise open waters looking for whales, dolphins, sharks, and other animals. We got to learn a little about the migration patterns of the animals, for example,...

Day 3 Blog

Today, we started off early, ready to depart for the dive boat at 7:30 and start our adventure for the day. As we reached the dive boat we all huddled together and got ready for the dive briefing, where we got to learn about where we were going and what we are doing. The first dive site we went...

Day 2 Blog

Starting off the day we woke up to some breakfast and got ready to pack up for the day's adventure. For the second day, we headed out to the National Energy Laboratory of Hawai‘i Authority (NELHA) to learn about renewable energy and how far we have come in that department. To start the day we got a briefing and...

Day 1 Blog

Looking forward to the trip in Hawai‘i, I cant wait to embark on new dive adventures especially the night dives. I have been diving before, in fact I went on the trip last year to Virgin Gorda where my favorite dive was the Kodiak Queen. On the wreck dive we went to 60 feet and ventured our way through...

In class Blog

Looking forward to the trip in Hawai‘i, I cant wait to embark on new dive adventures especially the night dives. I have been diving before, in fact I went on the trip last year to Virgin Gorda where my favorite dive was the Kodiak Queen. On the wreck dive we went to 60 feet and ventured our way through...

Day 6 Blog

Starting off this morning we went off to eat breakfast, then got the sun screen ready because today we weren't going dive. On the agenda for today was our service project and our presentations over our projects that we did on our dives. This time we didn't take Glenn to get to our destination, we just walked. We went...

Day 5 Blog

Today like every other started with a prayer and some breakfast, this time our cabin hosted it so we had to get up extra early and set it up. Finishing up with breakfast we followed our routine and hopped on the taxi with Glenn and headed out to the docks. On the agenda for today was a wreck dive,...