"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines.

Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover." -Mark Twain

Charleston, SC

>> Friday, October 18, 2013

Four hour watches and studying for midterms and the storm got the best of us and everyone was getting a little bit goofy.

But there was still time for tea and artsy pictures from David.

Looking classy as always.

The Charleston Aquarium put us all into a trance.

Time to get our study on at the College of Charleston Library or...look at cool statues.

A bunch of schooner bums in a comedy club makes for a great improv all about the Gamage crew.

Charleston was an amazing port filled with good food, entertainment, relaxation, and midterms. We explored the quaint downtown with morning runs, scavengers hunts, and loads of free time. Hearing the southern voices and experiencing the southern hospitality, the student crew got to appreciate Charleston to its fullest. 
In the midst of all the fun, we also had a minor accident. Nathaniel Herring dislocated his shoulder during night watch. The next day he had to depart for home. It saddened us all to lose such a great friend, shipmate, and leader. We wish him the best of luck from the Harvey Gamage.
This afternoon we will be leaving for a twelve day passage bound for Santo Domingo DR. 
Fair winds.            
Zac and Morgan 
Photo creds to David


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