Well, the last time I posted, I was pleased to walk away from my ant encounter with only one bite. But, man, what a bite it was! I’ve now got a sore, red, swollen ankle. It doesn’t appear to be getting worse, so now there’s just a pen mark around it & I’m watching it carefully. On the dolphin front, it looks like these field reports will be quiet for the next week or so. The winds have picked up to between 15 – 20 knots. This isn’t unsafe to be out on the boat (uncomfortable maybe), but it does mean that it is very difficult to see the dolphins. So, since there is funding for only a handful of boat trips, I’ll be holding off until the winds die down. I hope it’s soon! Until then, Kel
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