Last week Thursday was our fourth sailing day. Ms. Enriquez was in Oahu presenting at Schools of the Future so Mr. Mason had to take us. We practiced some knot-tying and talked about the wind direction and what course we would be sailing. Then we got our life jackets on and grabbed a rudder and daggerboard. We all did our share in carrying the boats down. Finally we got in the water and rigged our boats. I was worried that there wouldn't be any wind because the flags weren't moving. It was interesting to watch Mr Mason sail because he would always tell us about Bernoulli's Principle. I expected him to be good at sailing but I was wrong. It was hilarious to see him capsize right as he started sailing. We raced a couple times but I wan't too interested in racing because I just wanted to sail and relax. The water was so clear and glassy that I wanted to purposely capsize. When it was time for lunch we went in and tied our boats to the buoys. We unhooked the mainsheet, took out the daggerboard, and lifted the rudder. Lunch was good and we even got brownies which were exquisite. We got to choose partners for the second half of sailing and Summer and I were together. We went fast and only capsized three times. Time flew by quickly then it was time to leave. I didn't want to go because I was having a blast. I was absent for the third sailing day but this one definitely made up for it. I can't wait to sail again next week. I am sad that it will be the last week we sail.