Well, we spent the last two days drenched. Thank you Tropical Storm Barry! At least we didn’t have dangerous weather conditions, but it was enough to keep us off the boat yesterday & today. And, since we had various errands to attend to, it did mean that we spent lots of quality time with our rain coats. While in the house, Maria got her introduction to the photo-ID catalog, general points of the two species here, the Aquarium’s Dolphin Highlights program and video logging. We also spent a good deal of time biking around the island (in the rain), so Maria now knows her way around. The one downfall so far – very little water pressure at the new apartment. So, there will be no showers for us ;-( Just kidding! We’ll just be showering at the dock, which is not ideal, but we’ll make it work. Tomorrow the new dolphin week begins. Our fingers are crossed for good weather!! Until next time, Kel & Maria
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