Well folks, we’re 0 for 3 on encounters. I’m not sure that has ever happened before. At least the day started with a fantastic passenger presentation – this week’s group is very interested & engaged. Even the kids managed to stay still long enough to ask some really great questions. Then it was out to the “dolphin grounds.” The seas were calmer than they’ve been all week and the sun was shining, but there were no dolphins to be seen. Of course, we think the dolphins are still there, they just were not coming near the boat. Tomorrow is the group’s last day, so hopefully we’ll all have a great one! Until then, Kel
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