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Nobody Here But Us Gulls…

Hi Everyone,

I went chasing off after two big adult dolphins that I spotted near Kilmuir just beyond North Kessock heading for Fortrose this morning but, as happens more often than not – the dolphins melted away into the blue sea and all I was left with at Rosemarkie was some big waves and gulls soaring past on the very chilly wind…

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I was hoping that the cold weather might bring in some shoals of herring but this doesn’t seems to have happened yet, although those two big dolphins (Not Kesslet & Charlie) might have been in having a snoop around for snacks.

Best Wishes,

Charlie.