Moby Dick Hotel and Oyster Farm
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I fell asleep early last night. I'm not sure what it is about this trip that makes me a morning person, but I have certainly become one. Perhaps it's the grueling hours wasted away driving, slowly making me more insane and wearing me down into exhaustion at hours normal people think are too early to go out, let alone sleep. Maybe. I can't be too sure though. Anyway, today ...
... to do and B. I was exhausted from the crazy drive the night before. So sorry I'm not sorry. I'll probably do it again tonight! :)
Also, whilst sleeping at a campground, earplugs are the best thing on planet earth. I slept like a baby. Got up this morning, took out my earplugs and there was all kinds of noise! But I never knew...oh it was glorious. So this morning I got up and got going, I only had 3 hours to go today which was pretty exciting. That meant I ...
Slept well, woke up about 8.20.
The sky was blue, sun shining, but there was a change in temp, felt cooler and more comfortable.
We had breakfast in the "Orangery", then had a walk out up on sun deck.I went to the camera club meeting ,where they went through everybody's entries, then they announced the runner up and winner for beginners,intermediates and advanced.None of my photos won ...
... about 4ish when we spotted what we think was a baby whale,breaching the water closely followed by mum, although we only saw her plume.i also spotted another whale which surfaced briefly twice! before carrying on its journey?They were too far away and appeared only briefly, so no chance of photos
Sea state: ...
... to get her car and take us back to the ship. Come to find out, she was a town visitors hostess. We mad it back to the ship with a half-hour to spare before they closed the gangway. We relaxed the rest of the afternoon, playing cards and visiting with folks in the game room. The conversation there was more entertaining than any of the shows we have seen. Tonight the show was a soloist who sang tunes from the Rat Pact ...