Ah, calm as can be! The last few days are proof of how quickly things in the Bahamas can change. It was hot, hot, hot with zero wind today. So, it made for a very comfortable dolphin trip. We were able to observe dolphins from the boat for a good portion of the afternoon, although the underwater encounters were not very long. I did see Freckles (#15), Lumpy (#17) and possibly Niecey (#48)! Tomorrow is a day off and Saturday should be a Bimini Undersea boat trip! Until then, Kel
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