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Joshua Fuerst. “HELP” Driftwood project Duration and Results. Project Duration. Day 1. I have arrived a the project location. Fripp Island, South Carolina. Project location has been determined and material have been located. . Day 2.

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joshua fuerst

Joshua Fuerst

“HELP” Driftwood project

Duration and Results

day 1
Day 1
  • I have arrived a the project location. Fripp Island, South Carolina.
  • Project location has been determined and material have been located.
day 2
Day 2
  • I have prepared the driftwood with the carving of “HELP” and my phone number onto the body of the wood.
day 3 observation phase 1
Day 3: Observation phase 1
  • 12:00 a.m.

I have placed the first half of my driftwood in locations where I can remember their placement from landmarks.

day 3 observation phase 11
Day 3: Observation phase 1

12:00 p.m.

  • When returning to the beach, conditions are not favorable. Perhaps a cold front came through and I had not noticed it because it was dead midnight last time on location.
  • Previous days were 60f degrees with strong wind.
  • Now winds are hardly down and temp is at 40f.
  • Hardly anyone is at the beach.
day 3 observation phase 12
Day 3: Observation phase 1

12:05 p.m.

  • I notice a group huddled around something. When I go to check it, it was nothing.
  • But as I turn around I spot a couple picking something up and looking at it.
day 3 observation phase 13
Day 3: Observation phase 1

12:05 p.m.

  • They quickly dropped it and walk away.
  • When I check to see what it was I find it was the piece I stuck in the sand at Midnight. It had seemed to wash ashore.
  • This was the first witnessed recordings of interaction.
day 3 observation phase 14
Day 3: Observation phase 1

12:15 p.m.

  • I have found two other of my driftwoods. The small one has been completely undisturbed.
  • The 2x4 piece’s location remained the same but chips from its body are around it. I suspect that it had been found but ultimatly ignored.
day 3 observation phase 15
Day 3: Observation phase 1

12:20 p.m.

  • On my way to set up base. I find the last of the pieces I set at midnight had drifted ashore far a ways from where it had been placed.
  • But since it was near pieces already set I retrieve it for presentation evidence.

12:35 p.m.

  • I go back to retrieve the wood the earlier couple had ignored and tossed it back into the ocean for it to resurface.
day 3 observation phase 16
Day 3: Observation phase 1

12:54 p.m.

  • I notice a man walking by the driftwood. He is looking down and sees the 2x4. He just kept on walking paying it no mind.
day 3 observation phase 17
Day 3: Observation phase 1

1:15 p.m.

  • There is hardly anyone at the beach. Most of those have not noticed the driftwood or ignored it all together.
day 3 observation phase 18
Day 3: Observation phase 1

1:43 p.m

  • The beach is not completely deserted. No one is up or down the beach.
  • I have also found the driftwood I threw back into the ocean a while ago.
  • I decide to leave and return tomorrow with the remaining driftwood.
day 3 observation phase 19
Day 3: Observation phase 1

1:49 p.m.

  • As I am leaving the beach a group of three enter the beach and posses a metal detector. Hopefully they notice the driftwood and take action.

6:30 p.m.

  • No one has called.
  • Morale is down.
day 4 observation phase 2
Day 4: Observation phase 2

6:40 a.m.

  • I have place half of the remaining driftwood along the rest of the beach. The other half was thrown into the ocean.
day 4 observation phase 21
Day 4: Observation phase 2

12:10 p.m.

  • I have returned to the beach.
  • Weather conditions have improved.
  • Wind is down and temp is approximately 60f.
day 4 observation phase 22
Day 4: Observation phase 2

1:00 p.m.

  • I have set up base after checking on my driftwoods.
  • All pieces on shore have remained undisturbed. One was flipped over, showing that it was once again found and ignored.
  • Not all pieces have washed ashore. Pieces that have show no signs of being disturbed.
day 4 observation phase 23
Day 4: Observation phase 2

1:15 p.m.

  • Two men walked right by the observed wood, if not stepping right over it.

1:23 p.m.

  • I notice there are a lot of people where I didn’t place any wood... A bit disappointing.
day 4 observation phase 24
Day 4: Observation phase 2

1:32 p.m.

  • A young boy has found the driftwood.
  • He brings it to his parents.
day 4 observation phase 25
Day 4: Observation phase 2
  • I can not hear what they say but now there is a possibility I will get a call.
  • The boy then walks off with the driftwood.
day 4 observation phase 26
Day 4: Observation phase 2

1:48 p.m.

  • The family have double back form where they came. Until a few moments ago the boy still had the wood and was smashing shells with it.
day 4 observation phase 27
Day 4: Observation phase 2
  • He had apparently got bored with it, dropped it and continued on his way.
day 4 observation phase 28
Day 4: Observation phase 2

2:07 p.m.

  • A man had noticed the driftwood. He moved it around with his feet to examine it.
  • He quickly left it alone and continued on his way.
day 4 observation phase 29
Day 4: Observation phase 2

2:48 p.m.

  • None have made any attempt to do anything about the “HELP” clearly on the driftwood.
  • All have walked right past it or ignored it completely.
day 4 observation phase 210
Day 4: Observation phase 2

2:52 p.m.

  • Yet another pair have walked right by the driftwood.
  • And now beach bugs are eating me.

2:53 p.m.

  • I Leave.
day 4 observation phase 211
Day 4: Observation phase 2

7:30 p.m.

  • No one has still called me about the HELP driftwood.
  • This is especially frustrating because American “FREAKING” Idol is on Fripp Island filming for the American Idol Candice Glover.
  • You’d think one, Crew member at least, would take a walk on the beach.
day 5 project continued end
Day 5: Project continued end
  • It is time for me to return to GMU from Fripp Island South Carolina.
  • I have decided to leave what remaining wood I had on the beach. There are still many days till presentation day and someone may call.
  • And someone did.
day 5 drive back
Day 5: Drive back
  • The trip from Fripp Island, South Carolina to home is 9 hours by car, at best.
  • At around 12:00 I stop at a rest area for lunch.
  • While I am their I receive a call from a unrecognized number.
  • I was indeed a call from someone about the driftwood.
  • However the timing of the call was the worst possible.
day 5 drive back1
Day 5: Drive back
  • When I get the long awaited call
  • I AM ON THE FREAKING TOILET, TAKING A DUMP.
  • IN THE PUBLIC REST AREA
  • WITH BOTH STALLS BESIDE ME OCCUPIED.
present
Present
  • I have not since then received any calls bout the drift wood.
  • I am curious to see if I will get anymore calls in the future.
  • As well as if what pieces I left behind will still be there when I return.
results
Results
  • From what has already been observed. This process has shown what is ultimately already known.
  • Not many will rise up to the call of duty when it is unexpectedly sounded.
  • Though few,(one at the worst time), have shown that they are willing to help.