So I heard that people are actually reading these and it made me realize that maybe I should put more effort into what I write. However, I'm not the best at writing as is so we'll see how this goes. Yesterday, May 27, a citizen science group known as CoralWatch took us out to help survey corals. Basically what they do is they identify the coral based off of four types and then match the lightest and darkest colors of the color with a color pallet. They record their data and post it onto their website for both citizens and scientists to review and monitor possible coral bleaching. It's a great program! Though it wouldn't be very applicable in Utah, I do recommend it for those who are near coral reefs to participate. Kamp and I also managed to walk around the whole island in a whopping 35 minutes! It never really occurred to me how small the island was until I've literally walked all of it.
So the reason why I'm late writing this blog is because what was suppose to be a 5 minute game of Egyptian War ended up being nearly an hour. This only because of the HANNA and DYLAN became too competitive and there were some questionable game plays.