Location: Cane Garden Bay, Tortola

Today was a day that many of us were looking forward to. We started our morning with oatmeal, and then we went waterskiing and wakeboarding. Chloe event managed to do one-handed outside the wake. Then we went over to dive in a cool spot know as the sand highway. This is an underwater area about thirty-five feet deep that has a sandy path surrounded by coral reefs on both sides. This was a great environment for underwater flipping, which many of us finished our dive courses completely, meaning we are completely certified for diving up to fourth feet. We then got mac and cheese cooked by Chili and Milla for
lunch, which made the day ten times brighter. Zesting was after that, where James and I got stuck because there was almost no wind. We also got to sail to Cane Garden Bay. On the way, we all worked on our sailing skills, such as tacking, jibing, raising and lowing anchor, and raising the sails. We ended our day with chicken curry. Today also had a sad undertone, due to the camp being two-thirds done