Happy Thanksgiving from Galápagos!
We had a delicious meal with friends from the station of baked fresh-caught ahi tuna, cornbread, pumpkin soup, and baked camote (a purple sweet potato). Now with full bellies, Jon is off to Rapa Nui to continue his research on urchin grazing and benthic diversity with Evie Wieters from the Pontifícia Universidad Católica de Chile and ECIM.
With that we sign off from Galapagos for now, below are a few more pictures of the setup of Robbie's wave stress experiment.
8/31/2017 04:06:58 am
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1/5/2019 06:11:44 pm
The best thing about catching fishes is that you get to taste and cook it almost immediately. I really love cooking fresh fish and other creatures from the sea. Whenever my friend and I spend some time together, we always end up fishing. I really love this bond between us and I totally enjoy fishing. After fishing, we spend some time eating and cooking fresh fish while enjoying some beer. I really miss my friend and I wish we can go fishing again.
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