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Posted on June 30, 2012 by Alessandra Pistoia

Today was our final day of data collection.  We complete this step at a bay across from Prince Kuhio Memorial Park.  Courtney and I snorkeled the bay while we held onto a logger and GPS unit.  The water was the murkiest I had seen in Hawaii.  It was nearly impossible to see further than a 10 feet radius.  This blindness made things exciting when I would stumble upon some neat creature, such as a large sea turtle.  I let this guy lead my snorkel adventure for a few minutes; the journey was a little slow but completely worthwhile.  We spent the rest of the day at the beach with the archaeology group.  Our group has grown into something that resembles a close knit family.  Although we may not always get along, we still respect each other and you can always count on people being there for you if you fall.  I am lucky to surround myself with such great people!

 

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