It seems like we can hardly remember the last dolphin trip that had sunny skies & calm seas. We readily admit that we are completely spoiled here in Bimini, but that doesn’t make us any less grateful to have the nice weather back! We had a big group on the boat today, but that was okay because we had a big group of dolphins as well! Here’s the rundown of those we recognized (for all of you adoptive parents out there!): Buster (#04), Juliette (#12), Tina (#14), Lil’ Jess (#35), Swoosh (#36), Tim (#69), Nemo (#76), Un-named #81 and possibly Vincent (#11) We were with the group for nearly an hour & after 2 water entries, we had to head home in the fading light. A great day! Until tomorrow, Kel & Darcie
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