Yesterday we were able to observe Romeo (#10), Lone Star (#56), Leslie (#80) and un-named #87.  I was able to record nearly 20 minutes of underwater data before the dolphins swam away.  Today began with some office work and then it was off to chat with this week’s passengers.  It was a small, but very interested group – thank you for all of your enthusiasm & questions!  We left the dock shortly after 1630, but we were soon battling some big swells.  We had to retreat to calmer waters closer to shore.  Unfortunately, despite all of our excitement we did not see any dolphins over the white caps.  Hopefully tomorrow will bring calmer seas – and dolphins!  

Until then, 

Kel

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