Today was rough. And I am tired! So, I think I’ll keep this field report short 😉 I headed over to the hotel property an hour & a half before boat departure for the usual DCP presentation. It was a great Q & A session with passengers. This week’s group may be small, but they are excited & engaged, which is so encouraging to be around. Then it was out to sea & what seas they were. Never unsafe, but at times uncomfortable, we saw dolphins at our northern-most range at 16:51. They were uninterested in us, as they were taking advantage of Mother Nature’s surf, but as our passengers took a swim break, they came by for a quick hello! I hopped in, but am sure I only got a minute (at best) of Tina (#14) & a calf. We exited the water & spent the rest of the day observing from the boat. The wind is supposed to lie down tomorrow, and we’re all hoping that is the case. Until then, Kel
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