At 6:00, we left for Mees. We ate dinner at Amiels (free 14" subs!) and continued driving to Bristol. When we got there, we congregated like sheep as swarms of mosquitoes ate us alive. I should have worn long pants. Since it was still light out, we looked at the only thing visible--the moon. Then, several of us went for a hike through the woods on nearby hiker trails. Before it got too dark, we returned to the observatory and looked at stars. When it finally did get dark enough we could see an arm of the Milky Way, a satellite, and forming stars. Aside from being educational, the visit was a great social event. The summer interns exchanged phone numbers and snap chat names so that we could keep in touch during and after the internship. Too soon, however, it was time to return home, and we packed into the bus and rolled down the hill.