Very few quests today led to only one boat but it was a composite from several minshuku and full.

The sea was covered in white caps and the wind up.

The day in port varied between strong winds and nothing but muggy hot air. We had a brief downpour this morning but the cooler air did not last long. I also checked out a few minshuku and captains and found that several tourists had left yesterday and so there was no space for me on a boat. I did not even see dolphins from the port on my morning walk.

So, I spent a bit of time reviewing the latest video (from yesterday) and reviewing collected sighting data and summarizing the field season so far. It was a slow hot day. I also visited the school and helped Mr. Tanaka record the 'listening comprehension' portion of the students English examination tomorrow.

Hopefully I can get out on the water tomorrow.
Cheers
Kathleen

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