@MartinJConway Glad the whole family had fun! Jennifer is one of the best in the industry...often nicknamed the "whale encyclopedia"

About 3 weeks ago from Prince of Whales's Twitter via Twitter Web Client

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Whale Sightings

We’ve spotted a fin whale…again!

Jennifer Dickson

By Jennifer Dickson

JLY21#17

When a whale plays with kelp, it’s called kelping. When a whale swims like a shark, it’s called sharking. When a whale jumps like a porpoise it’s called porposing. And what do you think it’s called when a whale bobs at the surface like a log?

You guessed it! Logging.

Whale people it seems, are not creative people. So it will come as no surprise that when I revealed the proposed name of our latest exotic visitor to my passengers, I was met with groans and eye roles.

You see, we have been very fortunate these last few weeks to be in the company of the second largest species of animal on the planet . . . the fin whale! Fin whales are uncommon in these waters, and other than last year, haven’t been spotted in the Salish Sea in over 20 years. We were blown away seeing a fin whale again this year!

Since we saw a fin whale…again,

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