Why all this rough weather!? I did our phone link to the aquarium this morning, then went on the boat to be tossed about….We did get to spend 40 minutes observing a group of 9 spotteds from the boat though. In the group were White Blotch (#29) & calf, Romeo (#10), Lil’ Jess (#35), Swoosh (#36) & an un-IDed adult from Saturday’s trip. It was great to watch them, but then Captain Kat rushed us back to the dock before 20:00 with a big storm rolling in behind us. Hoping for less wind, Kel
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