Today began with a cancelled phone call & lots of rain. The rain stopped just as the boat was meant to leave the dock (1300). But, unfortunately, this was just as the winds picked up from the west. So, our trip turned into a hurry up & wait situation. By 1530, things were looking up & the boat departed. The seas continued to calm as the day went on, but the only three dolphins we saw all day (Romeo (#10) and 2 calves) were uninterested in the boat, let alone humans in the water. We did see a nice fish display by Romeo as she swam toward the boat showing off her catch. After a few minutes, the group was gone and since it was late in the day, it was back to the dock for us. Another trip tomorrow, Kel
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