Well, today was a lot like yesterday, except that the spotted dolphins really made us practice our patience.  We left the dock shortly after 1600, and quickly came upon a small group of bottlenose dolphins.  I haven’t downloaded the pictures yet, so I’ll have to see if I can recognize anyone.  Then we spent a LOT of time searching and just when everyone had given up hope, the spotted dolphins arrived.  It was about 1900 and we were just off the island, when suddenly, Split Jaw (#22), White Blotch (#29), Billy (#64) and un-named #78 were on our bow.  We were able to observe the group under water for about 20 minutes before we ran out of light & had to head home.  Back on the boat, we were soon joined by Tina (#14), Nemo (#76) and Leslie (#80).  What a great day!! 

Another trip tomorrow,

Kel

 

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