Oh, what a day! We spent the morning & early afternoon running errands and getting the house ready for John’s visit (Kathleen’s husband). Then Kel went to the dock shortly after 15:00 for the make-up dolphin trip with the tenth graders from the public school. Unfortunately, the trip didn’t go as planned because the seas were fairly rough. We did, however, take the students to snorkel at the Bimini Road (aka Atlantis). More than half of the students were not readily comfortable in the water, but by the end of the afternoon, we had to plead with them to get back on the boat! So, no dolphins, but it was great to see the students in the water looking at all it holds. When Kel got back to the dock, Darcie & John were waiting. John is visiting for the week in order to film us & our island lives for a project he is working on. There may not be any official dolphin trips this week, which is disappointing, but it means that there should be plenty of time to explore everything else! Until next time, Kel, Darcie & John
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