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SEA Currents: SEASCape


Jul

16

A Sunny Sunday

Neal Jiwnani & Spencer Hulsman-Wells, Hunterdon Central Regional High School & Garfield High School
SEA Semester

Sundays here at SEAscape are non-academic days, which means that students take advantage of the local beaches and downtown Falmouth! At the start of the day most people sleep in until about 9, or wake up at 8 and do yoga.

Brunch was served at 9:30, after which everyone rested until about 11. Usually our ever-vigilant steward cooks for the 28 of us, but due to the split paths of our group, she instead set up a sandwich bar. At around noon, about half the students began the walk to the beach and the other half got into the van for downtown Falmouth.

The beach goers had no trouble entertaining themselves, as shown by the buried students in the pictures. The students who went to Falmouth were pleasantly surprised to find many ice cream places as well as many dogs. Overall it was a very fun, chill Sunday.

- Neal & Spencer

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