The wind was VERY strong last night, but we woke to a quiet, if rainy, day.

A calm day this morning, but no boat trips.

Typhoon #4 spent the day moving north over Okinawa - on the very western side of Japan. It is sending wave swells and wind and rain our way but will not go over us directly. We are waiting to see if the ferry arrives tomorrow bringing with it the students from Camp Zama.

It rained off and on today and no boats went out to sea for dolphin watching. We did not even see any dolphins from the pier in the morning or late afternoon hours. Of course, the multiple white caps might have hindered our ability to see the dorsal fins from a distance.

Till tomorrow
Cheers
Kathleen

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