Two young 50-something females. One big adventure exploring the Americas. Have liquidated everything they own and packed a Saturn Vue with bare necessities to set out on this journey. Planting seeds at each juncture symbolizing their new growth. With an open mind and heart, ready to get a true view of this world.
Sunday, May 9, 2010
Whale watching is an interesting sport. The trip can last up to four hours, the majority of which is spent coming and going. The weather can be iffy, actual sightings can be sketchy, but everyone boards the ship with a giddy anticipation nonetheless.
Our trip aboard the Dolphin Fleet out of Provincetown was near perfection. The weather was incredible, the naturalist, Kim, very knowledgeable and the sightings....well, according to our crew, a stellar, over the top day!
We literally lost count of the number of whales we saw. And, the dolphin were everywhere, as well. Performing acrobatic stunts wherever we turned. Our onboard spotter finally stopped pointing out a sighting. Resigned, she finally said, "Folks, anywhere on the boat today is a good spot. There is a show everywhere!"
And, indeed there was!