This morning was busy with errands, housekeeping & video. Then, I was back on the boat! It was a full boat and everyone got good looks at a large group of bottlenose dolphins. There was at least one young calf in the group, which was a special treat. We very regularly see spotted dolphin calves, but bottlenose calves are less frequently observed. Tomorrow is Day 1 of a new dolphin week, so as long as the weather stays nice, there will be 5 dolphin trips over the next 5 days. Until then, Kel
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