So, we’ve had a slower few days work-wise, but a busy few days socially. Kel’s mom arrived safely on Thursday & the three of us participated in a mini walk-a-thon in memory of Julian Brown, a beloved native who passed away in the fire that brought The Compleat Angler to charred rubble. Friday it was our phone call & a would-be presentation for this week’s charter guests. The phone call was brief, but good, however our presentation was cancelled- and no one thought to tell us! Needless to say a disappointment & mild frustration, but it didn’t ruin our day. Today we had a nice final day with Mom. She left the island on the afternoon flight. We were bummed to see her go already, but it was great to see her for a few days! This afternoon & early evening were spent catching up on computer data. And guess what? Tomorrow starts a new dolphin week!! We’ll actually be out on the boat! Trip 40, here we come! -Kel & Darcie
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