September 15th 2020
Visiting The Coronados With A Waterlovin Junkie
The Pacific Ocean:
it's the only place I want to be.
"My first trip was when I was four years old to San Diego, came out here, got in the water, my mom could not get me out. "Time to come in", I mean, being like I was like, nope, keep me here, please.
It's the only place I want to be.
I mean, any time I can get out, anytime I get invited out, any time I can bait anyone to invite me out, like I'm there, like first class manipulation tactics to like get on the water, especially on a boat.
And just like being with other people who love it as much as you do and just adventure. You've got to keep learning in the best way to learn is through experiences, sure, you can read. You can watch. You can hear things that will intrigue you. And hopefully you'll want to dig deeper. But at the end of the day, you've really got to go out and find what inspires you and triggers you and and learn about it and dig deeper.
Don't just let it be surface level. Every little clue that's laid out in your life, you meant to go explore that clue. And for me and so many of us, I mean, it's the ocean, so many different facets of it. And if you just kind of let those little inklings just kind of stay at the surface level, you'll never you'll never get where you want to go to do that for yourself. My name is Klara Fejer. I'm a recent graduate from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, where I studied marine biodiversity and ocean conservation, and I'm an aspiring science communicator hoping to conserve our planet's greatest resource and innovative and inspiring ways."