It was a good morning, which was nice since last night left quite a bit to be desired. The night was filled with scattered squalls & although most of them avoided the boat for the most part, the boat did not stop rocking for even a minute. But, the afternoon made up for it – we first saw a group of bottlenose dolphins. After I got a good bunch of dorsal fin photographs, we left this group in search of spotteds. Sure enough, just when we thought we might not see them, there they were. It was a group of mixed ages who were very agreeable to my presence in the water. After 40 minutes of video, and a squall on the way, it was out of the water. I can’t wait to review the video!! Tomorrow it’s back to Bimini, searching for dolphins along the way. Hopefully I’ll sleep better tonight… Until tomorrow, Kel
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