Archive for July 30th, 2013

 

Day 20: the beginning of the end?!

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Hello again faithful readers, As we begin our last week here on Coconut Island, it’s truly beginning to set in just how little time is left (and how much needs to happen in that short amount of time). With Tropical Storm Flossie on the horizon, the morning began a bit incomprehensibly as we all struggled […]

Day 18: Sunday Funday—fishpond drones and beach house bbq

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The first item on our class agenda was a 10:00 AM rendezvous with our teachers and TAs to head off to He`eia fishpond—a 500 year-old Hawaiian fishpond currently under the care of Paepae o`He`eia—for a collaborative project with the UH Geography Department put together by Dr. Wedding. The project involved some remote-controlled helicopters (drones) taking […]