Location: N 38 46.1 W 030 49.6 Course: 270 Speed 14.2 kt Weather: Mostly Sunny Wind: SW 10 kt Seas: Slight Sea Swell
We have two stories to report today. First, we have our first look at the cruise plaque. We were not given any word on what is left to be done at this point or when the final unveiling will occur, but it looks to be shaping up quite nicely (picture included). Second, we had our final “Wing Night” hosted by Sodexo. 200 pounds of wings were consumed by the students in less than 1 hour. Sodexo staff tested out personal recipes for a jerk wing and a buffalo wing that were both outstanding. In other happenings, Alpha was preparing for flashlight exams and Bravo took the watch. Charlie was on maintenance preparing to inspect another of our SSDGs in the engine room while the Bosun made sure that the needle guns kept humming and the paint kept flowing. Meanwhile, Delta was cleaning away on utility.
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