Today was the first trip of the 2007 summer field season! Yay! The week’s passengers are a great group and very patient. Today, we were able to watch dolphins late in the day (including Buster #04 and Finn #04). The group was actively mating and had little interest in the boat or swimmers. On the way home we were greeted by Nemo (#76) and Leslie (#80). They may have broken the record for the longest bow ride, but since the sun was setting, we eagerly watched the two before they broke away & we went to the dock. So, it was a slow day to break me into the season. Boat trips tomorrow, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday! Until next time, Kel
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