With respectful thoughts of 5th anniversary of 9/11, today passed with amazing ordinariness. But we were still enthused by the dolphins! We saw dolphins at 16:24 (a whole minute later than yesterday) and were able to observe Romeo (#10), Split Jaw (#22), Billy (#64), Nemo (#76) and un-named #78 & 80, nearly the same individuals as yesterday. In the last two days I have recorded over 70 minutes of video, so I know I’ll be busy logging tapes once I return to Anchorage. After 2 great, but early, encounters, we decided to head back to the dock a bit early. It was a nice change to come home before dark! More tomorrow! -Kel
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