Pictures over the last two days
Last night we welcomed Rosie and Dinielle from South Africa as Cove guardians! Today we met “Big Gunns” (he does not want to publish his name yet) who is here against the Dolphin Slaughter.
This morning the boys went out for breakfast. When they got back I was really disturbed with their news. There were blue skies and only wind. The storm had changed directions.
The newbies were taking a tour around the Cove when my dad remembered a walkway that Private Space was saying Leilani and Greg could not go on. We rounded up the troops and walked over to the start of it… there is nothing there that says you cannot go in. So we walked up it… ten minutes later we found ourselves at the top of this hill looking over the street that Dolphin Base is on. We think private space just wanted Leilani to stop following him, because there was nothing here that had anything to do with the Cove. It was a really fun adventure though, going through the woods, looking for the small trail… I saw a deer! Haha, there were little palm trees and branches had grown woven together in neat patterns. It was a very lovely morning. We all had fun adventuring in the “Jungle”.
The Coves waves were the largest we have ever seen them! They washed up and almost hit the stairs, washing away the pathway across the beach for several seconds at a time. The water and the horizon looked amazing with the waves crashing about! I wish it could stay like that… the hunters would come back in piles of fiber glass. :
The fishermen were untying their boats from the protective lines… we are concerned that the hunters will go out tomorrow.
For lunch/dinner (we had a really late lunch) we went to Jusco and had our favorite Veggie Curry! Now we are back at the Hotel and getting ready for what could possibly be a hunting day tomorrow.
For the Animals,
The meeting with the Mayor of Taiji, Scott West, Richard O’barry, Lincoln O’barry, Jeff Pantukoff, and me is November 2nd
Please remember to read my Dad’s updates on the SeaShepherd website – There are also photos uploaded there, you can’t see anywhere else. And the video footage from the Whale museum is up.
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