Tag: dolphins

Journey Take 2

Regis, rightfully, made some critical suggestions regarding my last post with a journey video. He suggested adding the places we visited and not looping the same song. In addition, I found some video from the trip in another place. Therefore, I have a new… Continue Reading “Journey Take 2”

Dolphins at the Bow

We began our journey from Pensacola to St. Augustine around 8:15 this morning and dolphins joined us at the bow within 45 minutes. I was ecstatic. I told Regis that even though I was here to help him out, I was really here for… Continue Reading “Dolphins at the Bow”

More Fiddler Crabs, Dolphins, and a Tortoise

Regis, a friend, and I went to the GTM NERR (Guana-Tolomato-Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve) to conduct more volunteer work on an intracoastal monitoring project where they are studying wave action from boats. It’s a great opportunity to ride in a golf cart along… Continue Reading “More Fiddler Crabs, Dolphins, and a Tortoise”

Dolphins and a Tortoise

We are enjoying being back in Florida.  We are catching up with friends and enjoying the natural environment.  We went kayaking today and encountered some dolphins.  That’s not unusual around here, but these dolphins came close to Regis’ kayak to check him out.  It… Continue Reading “Dolphins and a Tortoise”