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Robby Freimuth '19

Robby Freimuth '19
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Day 6

Today, I woke up happy that I would finally return to Dallas tomorrow. I approached everything with a skip in my step. During the service project, I constantly had a smile on my face as I hauled buckets of gravel and soil with a frayed rope that hurt my hands. I ate a donut and drank water for halftime...

Day 5

Benjie and I prepared breakfast this morning for our ravenous classmates. We unfolded a table and placed cereal, milk, juice, granola bars, and yogurt on it. The first island we visited was Kodak Queen, and we dove down to a shipwreck underneath. The boat had a giant metal kraken with eight gigantic tentacles grasping the hull. We swim around...

Day 4

I woke up to the itch of mosquito bites betwixt my should blades. After scratching for a considerable amount of time, I took a shower to wash of the nervousness and approach the day with courage. The breakfast I ate consisted of one granola bar and a whole lot of can-do attitude. The first activity of the day was...

Day 3

At the beginning of the third day, I enjoyed eggs for the first time in a few days. The first dive of the day was at Great Dogs island. Our habitat that we roped off consisted of one stoplight parrotfish, a few rainbow parrotfish, and one or two rainbow parrotfish that presented me with some of the most vivid...

Day 2

The second day we started bright and early at 7:20. We went down to the senior's cabin to enjoy a hard cooked meal of cereal, granola bars, and yogurt. We spent the rest of the next 6 hours diving at, Ginger Island in the back and front. Our group saw two sharks and kept count of a few species...

Day 1

Today was the first day of diving in the BVI after a whole day of flying and playing hacky sack. Arriving at San Juan, I choked down some pizza and went to sleep amongst the constant fear of bugs crawling on my face. The next day, I woke up four minutes before we needed to show up in front...