|"Avalon Harbor Master, Avalon Harbor Master, this is Rubber Ducky on mooring 101. Can you assist us ASAP?"|
Saturday, February 28, 2015
Sunday, February 22, 2015
The Gray Whales' migration from Alaska to Mexico begins in December, as they travel south past Dana Point, and ends in March as they complete their 5000 mile journey. Saturday we followed two Grays traveling north. They were all business, showing for about 30 seconds before taking a deep breath and sounding for 4-5 minutes. As we marveled over these Grays, a much larger spout was sighted and we were able to watch several Finback Whales from a distance. It sure is good to see the number of majestic mammals right in our own backyard.
|The Board of Directors.|
|Thank you for the beautiful Koi.|
|The Whale watching crew at the end of the day.|
|and a Finback.|
Saturday, February 14, 2015
Warm weather was upon us today and what did the Nesporados do? THEY WENT SAILING! Ten to 12 knot winds pushed us along today in a very tranquil sea. We didn't even put the main up as we glided along under genny only. Lazy day for a lazy sail. And we saw a whale spout and its' fluke to boot.