Scene 2: Throwing the tea bags and crates into the water
Scene 3: Cleaning up the ship
The colonists began ripping open bags and breaking open boxes of tea. They used their axes to help get them open. There was no talking while they were doing this. They were in no rush, and were not scared they'd get in trouble at all.
Next, they threw the tea, along with the crates and bags, into the water. They were careful to only damage the tea. They would get in trouble if they harmed the ships. Someone tried to save some tea, and hid it in his pocket, but he got caught, and had to throw it into the water.
When they were done throwing the tea into the water, the colonists shook out there shoes, and swept the ships. They did this to prove that only the tea was damaged. In all, it took them 3 hours to get the tea opened and thrown overboard. They did not really get in trouble for the Boston Tea Party since they did not damage the ships.