The Cape lit up once again this afternoon with bright Bahamian sunshine, and the winds began to calm down accordingly. Lunchtime saw seating arrangements both inside the dining hall and along the outside wall that blocked the wind - this helped solve yesterday's rogue lettuce issues.
Post-lunch, our students jumped back into the swing of things with rotations between Environmental Art and Seminar classes. Our students got crafty in an indigenous way while enjoying the breeze after 36 hours spent mostly indoors! This evening, the community will gather in the boathouse to enjoy the Fall 2017 semester's first Coffeehouse. We can't wait to see what our talented peers have in store for us!
While we continue to monitor the weather, we are confident that we are in Irma's wake, and that the sun will continue to shine tomorrow. Thank you to everyone who has waited patiently for our updates. Thank you to our students' parents for your patience and trust. Thank you to Irma for being gentle on us. We can now only hope for the best for Cuba and Florida, and remind ourselves how lucky we are to have the resources and support that we do. If anybody has any remaining questions or concerns, please contact our staff in Boston by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 866-730-6624.