Busy, busy, busy! Today began with the phone link to the aquarium. Then it was off to ID bottlenose dolphins! There are now 11 bottlenose in our photo-ID catalog. Next, it was the weekly DCP presentation. In addition to our weekly passengers, there were some added guests who were docked at the Big Game Club. Then it was Trip #30! Things are still pretty rough out there…After our snorkel stop at 3 Sisters, we attempted to head north into the dolphin grounds, but again were forced to turn around. On our way in, we did see a group of about 5 bottlenose. This group swam off & we went in because of storms in the area. Please go away east wind!! Until tomorrow, Kel
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