We woke up to a cool and classy 60º morning. After breakfast and duties, the activity period began. The steady breeze made it a great day for sailing and a more difficult one for rowing. Still, both activities were able to make the most out of it. The shop was pushing to try and get the potential Long Walkers’ projects ahead, and in Nature people began getting their “Naturalist” certification for the club competition. A group of boys also went to set up for the Hebron Fair. In the afternoon, there was a specie to Kirk’s house to pick blueberries, as well as a baseball game between Dennis Kirby’s team and Charlie Pink’s team. The Mary Lamb was also open. As the day was coming to an end, we had Not Joe’s picnics, singing, and circles. All in all, it as a cool and classy day.