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July 13, 2007


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You know I'm going to steal that photo.

Fine with me. I'm not going to bogart the dolphins!


Reminds me of the surfing workshop me and TQ got to attend while we were in Hawaii! The waves were sort of falling off towards the end, and as people got more comfortable with each other, more & more of us would try to get onto the scarcer & scarcer good ones. So you'd have like 15 little surf kayaks scooting along.

Think there was a Wave Witch in there (that's for Joe "How many toys does one man need?" Rouse, of course!)

Dang that was fun. TQ and I are now card-carrying Mainland members of Hui Wa'a Kaukahi.

fantastic!! wish i'd seen that. once saw 50-100 dolphins off cape ann massachusetts.

My favorite dolphin siting went like this. Drinking coffee on the beach at Cape Hatteras, we saw four dolphins about 70 yards off shore. They were in a huddle...it looked like they were talking. One dolphin then swam away, shot up about ten feet into the air and did a somersault. Then they reconvened for about 40 seconds, then another dolphin swam away to do a somersault. This went on for about 15 minutes. It was hilarious...like they were reviewing each other's jump technique.

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