Tag Archives: Friday Harbor Laboratories

Sex, sex, sex!

Tis that time of year. A sperm layer on your windshield or tickling your nose. Eggs spewed haphazardly, and by the thousands. Pheromones flying free and making monsters of worms. Mass migrations and great congregations. As the days get longer, … Continue reading

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Studying in Friday Harbor

Since this blog is supposed to be about my “studying abroad”, here’s some of that. I am taking classes through the University of Washington in Friday Harbor on San Juan Island. I am in three classes: invertebrate zoology, marine botany, … Continue reading

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Marine Biology Camp

Remember summers when you were a kid? I’m talking single digits. Morning cartoons, fruity cereal, chewable vitamins, no responsibility, no job. Nothing to do with your time but play outside or contemplate your belly button. You were so¬†unoccupied, in fact, … Continue reading

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Back on Land and Back to School

For those of you who don’t already know, I made landfall last Friday in St. Croix, US Virgin Islands after 2,654 nautical miles and 37 days aboard the SSV Corwith Cramer. It was an emotional but brief farewell from the … Continue reading

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