It was a long day, with video all morning & a boat trip in the afternoon. But, the boat trip was a good one. Here’s the list of who was seen: Finn (#09), Romeo (#10), Tina (#14), Freckles (#15), Split Jaw (#22), Billy (#64), Nemo (#76), un-named #s 78, 79, 85, 88 and possibly Cleopatra (#41) and Cerra (#38). It was amazing!! After a very rambunctious swim, we returned to the boat exhausted & headed back to the dock. I guess there’s more video to go through for IDs! More tomorrow, Kel
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