Thursday, March 27, 2014

Crabbing at Qwanoes - Cooking Crustaceans

Today I want to share with you from one of our afternoon events last week that is truly only something you can do on the coast!

On friday afternoon we went  down to the Qwanoes beach—literally a 5 minute walk from Pacific Woods Lodge which is where the classroom and students bedrooms are. We had ourselves a crab cooking feast! This is a first for all of the students, catching crabs on the dock, and then cooking them right after on the beach—doesn’t come any fresher than that. It was such a blast and a great break from the current readings and papers the students were working on. It was so much fun to open the crabs ourselves and enjoy the crab meat with some melted butter. Instead of explaining much more, this blog post will be primarily a photo essay, I hope you enjoy!

Thanks for stopping by and checking out some of our community fun on the coast! The students are currently finishing up Introduction to Christian Worldview with Grant Poettcker, we will definitely have some stories from the classroom coming soon.

Until next time,


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