The new group of Bimini Undersea passengers arrived yesterday – to 20 knot winds. Super. Yesterday’s trip was cancelled and since today felt ever so slightly less windy, the trip went. It began with a snorkel stop, but after that we could not safely get beyond the island. So, the trip consisted of pacing along the shoreline. It paid off in the end, as bottlenose were observed at the end of the day. I took as many photographs as I could, but the sea spray was more than I was comfortable exposing the camera too. The forecast is looking worse for the remainder of the week. I’ve never been here for weather like this before… Until next time, Kel
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