Tropical Storm Alberto is ruining things! We don’t really mean that, because we’re happy to be well on the outskirts of the storm, but we are not used to so many overcast days here on Bimini! Luckily, John is so flexible. We spent the early afternoon exploring the Gallant Lady (a rusted ship on the southwest shore of Bimini) then went indoors for a lesson in PhotoShop. Our pictures have never looked better! Later in the day we logged a bit of video and entered some data into the computers while John filmed our goofy data behaviors! We won’t get out on a boat until the end of the week, but I’m sure we’ll find ways to keep busy…. Until then, Kel, Darcie & John
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