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SEA Currents: Corwith Cramer


June 22, 2014

C253 Web Blog 22 June 2014

Ellice Patterson, B Watch, Wellesley College

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My first time swimming with my homies since my spinal fusion surgery with metal implants four years ago. Of course I had to do it big. Photo Cred: Dan Stone

Position
50° 33’ 09.60” N x 18° 45’ 50.40” W
Heading
81T
Speed
6.5 knots
Weather
16.5C with calm seas

Hey y’all!
Today was a great day. The sun was out, the weather was warm, and we went swimming! It was so nice to be able to take a break from watch and jump into the middle of Atlantic Ocean, a wonderful reminder of summer. All of the research track students are analyzing their results and I know they definitely needed the splash. It’s been a challenging but great time transitioning into JWO and JLO phase. There’s so much to keep track of, but the rest of the shipmates are so helpful and everyone has each other’s back. We’ve all grown really close, and with just 6 days away, it’s going to be hard to say goodbye. But until then, I’ll keep plugging away at our research paper and enjoying some new great friends.

Mama! I can’t wait to tell you all the stories

- Ellice

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