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Hello from Oceanside Yacht Club,
We came over here to cut the super long trip from Avalon to San Diego in half. We had another great motor over. Lots of sun and flat, calm water. The highlight of the day was a visit from a large group of dolphins. We have seen them pretty regularly down here but today was special. A huge group, maybe twenty or so came right up to the boat and swam along with us in our bow wave.
... to full throttle. We did however spend a lot of the time on Jetski watch, with them being unable to tell clockwise from counter clockwise! But it was really amazing, and after being the glamorous model on the front of the boat, Sian pulled the boat into the marina and parked up with an inch perfect parallel park, one which the chap before us took 3 attempts to complete. Who says women can't park??? Certainly not this newly married man. And the day would end with a night ...
... been one of the reasons we were delayed checking into the suite. I went down to the front desk to find out what happened to our fruit and nut basket. The gal at the front desk said she thought she saw it in the back room, went back and confirmed it to me. Asked me If I wanted to take it up? "No, I want it delivered." All these arrangements were confirmed by the resort before I placed the order with FDT.
We went down to the car ...
... the same can be said for any animal in captivity. It just seems sadder, I think, when the creatures are as awe-inspiring as the orcas. I was excited that we managed to see some sea otters (finally!). If you've read my Monterrey entry, you'll know I've been keen to see the funny little things for a while. It was feeding time and they were shaking their lunch out of little balls with holes in them, submerging them, somersaulting, and tossing them about ...
... box! I will spend a week in Alhaurin de la Torre, from where we will be taking some side trips if we can arrange time away from the shelter. We hope to visit our friends in Sevilla, Bea of Argos and Encarni of DdeVida if possible. If we make it to Sevilla I will meet and hug 4 different galgos and podencos that together we have worked to bring to the US. in October. Triton the galgo who had been dumped in a canal in Sevilla half dead, Chikito and Kaleen ...