Gracie does NOT like the pec pac with the MOSART.

Two observation sessions today.

No one wore the pec pac this morning, but Ronnie kept up his poking, jawing and prodding. I long for the time when he mostly ignores me again (that is a double-edged sword though). Gracie’s turn was afternoon. She’d become very comfortable with the pac and girdle, but the MOSART tag added about a pound of weight. It is neutrally buoyant but adds drag. This she not like as indicated by my witnessing her strenuous attempts to shake it off. I alerted Bruce and he was waiting for Gracie to come to the dock to remove the pac (after about 10 minutes). About 5 minutes later, Gracie swam by with whistles and bubble streams, and no pec pac. I asked Bruce of he removed it- “Nope”. So, Gracie was successful and I had the size of 2-3 soccer fields, underwater, to search for the tag after this session. I kept my eyes out. About 5 minutes before the session’s end, I saw 3 young dolphins checking something out in the sand- hurray- it was the pec pac. I snatched it up and wore it on my left pec for about 5 minutes. I felt very lucky- even if I received more echolocation in my left side. As a side note, the borrowed laptop worked this afternoon and we downloaded the date from Ronnie and Gracie- will examine it after the field-work. Cheers, Kathleen P.S. Yes…again…no bags for Sandra and Mattias. It’s sad that the airplane people know Sandra’s voice.

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