And a nice lunch with Bimini Undersea folks

But no water entries….

Today we enjoyed lunch with most of the Bimini Undersea staff, as a way to thank them for all that they do for us while we are on the island. It was nice to see everyone together.
    Then it was out to the dolphin grounds for another day of dodging squalls, or at least trying to. We decided to again head in early as the seas continued to get rough. After we decided this, we were visited by 4 adult spotted dolphins. They rode the bow 5 minutes, but were gone before we could decide to enter the water. The only one we were able to identify was none other than dolphin ID# 001—the first dolphin entered into the DCP Photo-ID catalog back in 2001.
    We’re hoping to get one more good day out of this week, but everyone now has their eyes on Tropical Depression Twelve. We’ll see what happens.

Until next time,
Kel and Darcie

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