Monthly Archives: February 2013
After having more than a week back on the mainland under my belt, I’ve found myself saying a few things over and over again: I learned so much about such a small place in a very short period of time … Continue reading
To learn more about some of the bivalves of Bermuda click the link below! Bivalves of Bermuda
Want to learn about the Echinoderms in Bermuda? They are pretty weird creatures. We saw a bunch of sea cucumbers specifically while we were there.
It’s been a little over a week since I arrived back on campus at Colby from Bermuda. Even with the impeding workload of a 20-credit semester, my mind keeps wandering back to the time we spent on Bermuda.
Plants and vegetation in Bermuda stony corals
After being back from Bermuda for a few days, I still kept looking at the pictures and thinking about the places we’ve been to. Altogether it was a wonderful experience-the ocean, the sun, the rocks, the caves, and also the … Continue reading
After being back at Colby for a week, I have realized that Bermuda in winter is pretty ideal. There are not a lot of tourists and the weather is quite mild and enjoyable. If I had the choice to winter … Continue reading
Paleosols in Bermuda: Presentation1-1
Before I went off to my first class for spring semester (well, classes have been started already), I was looking at the stuff I covered and experienced from a wonderful trip I had. That windy feeling of riding moped. The … Continue reading