If Tabby can’t get on a dolphin trip, the least we can do is go on the boat to go SCUBA diving. This was how we spent our day and it was great. We were able to accompany a Bimini Undersea dive trip to two incredible dive sites south of Bimini. The first was a drift dive and the major sighting of the dive was a good sized turtle (hawksbill turtle perhaps?). The second dive was….drum roll please….a shark dive! Although Kel saw at least three sharks, she was much more impressed by two very large grouper. In fact, one was about the same size as the young shark! Tomorrow is a dolphin trip and Sunday starts the typical “Dolphin Week.” We can’t wait! Until then, Tabby & Kel
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