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Attack of the Clones

Posted on June 26, 2012 by Jesse Yourish

Having picked our topics yesterday we set about collecting the last data we’d need to do our analysis before getting back to Long Beach. For me that involved walking around taking as many GPS points as possible of any areas I could later use to compare the effectiveness of my two classification schemes. The work itself was rather repetitive but the day was fantastic. Beautiful day to walk around and explore, plus I finally got a full chunk of alone time which was so so so appreciated. Once we got enough done in the morning/early afternoon we lunched and hung on the beach, went for a little swim and soaked up some sun. In the evening we got the opportunity to go canoeing with the local club. It was very brief and I hate when I’m unable to do things with the proper technique so I would’ve loved more practice, but it was a cool opportunity and really fun to get a workout in and paddle around the bay. Plus we went out for a nice, fun dinner after! Once again a really fantastic and yet productive day.

 

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