|Joining on bord with Felix and Michael checking the notes and data of the day (credits: Nicole Pelusio).|
This morning Emilie joined me and Felix only in the morning, then before leaving the fish farm and Ghana for a couple of weeks she went in villages around for seeking some new materials for growth trial.
The sunlight was very hard, and made me a little sick since that on the wooden platform there was no shade where to have some repair.
|New smaller platform with shade for repair (credits: Nicole Pelusio).|
In the late afternoon the big platform was finally removed for not affecting the water conditions in the cages, and another one shaded was tight to an anchor 20-50 meters away from the experiment site.
After the last feeding session, Michael (another young feeder/mortality collector that join us often) and Felix let me trying paddling the traditional long canoe back to the shore…I was pretty bad in directing, since I was able only to drive it making circular movements! Then they helped me and finally I learned how to get it! As first paddling in Africa it was very funny and pleasant…Once arrived to the shore the new tools for feed-intake better were ready in the office for the following day.
|Michael on mahogany canoe (credits: Nicole Pelusio).|