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Rough Stuff.

Hi Everyone,

It was really wild at Chanonry yesterday with almost gale force winds and very rough seas. I was trying to see if there were any of our adoption dolphins around but could only see four of the other local dolphins, Squat Fin, Scoopy, Zephyr and Breeze. Kesslet and Charlie have made themselves scarce but hopefully over the next few days I can get to see more dolphins. Here’s a photo from yesterday to show you how rough it was…

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©WDC/Charlie Phillips

The high winds have dropped a bit but now it’s pouring rain so its “big jackets” on again !

Best Wishes,

Charlie.