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Crab Fest!

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I picked up a new Point & Shoot camera to take Kayaking since I’m too chicken to take my DSLR with me. 125 more words


Exploring Monterey Bay

Monterey Bay, California is a hotspot for marine mammals. Noisy sea lions jockey for position on jetties as harbor seals laze on the rocks.  Sea otters form rafts in the kelp, nursing their young and cracking mollusks.  1,318 more words



“Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience”

~Ralph Waldo Emerson

Magical awakening. The mystery of patience.  Time standing still.  A virtue. In time.  All in Time. 11 more words

Fine Art Gallery

Sea Otter Pup Gets a Lesson in Grooming at Elkhorn Slough

Blue Water guides Kim Powell and Nikki Doyle ended our 2014 Elkhorn Slough programs with an incredible opportunity to observe a mother sea otter and her pup. 77 more words


Kayaking the Elkhorn Slough

The day after Christmas, I finally got to go kayak the Elkhorn Slough, after being rained out twice before in Stormageddon 1 and Stormageddon 2.  You can imagine my unbridled joy to wake up to a bright, sunny, calm day.   335 more words


Thwarted, again!

This weekend I was supposed to go kayaking on the Elkhorn Slough with a naturalist tour. You remember this was the tour I was supposed to go on a month ago which got rained out. 77 more words


We got to see the documentary on Brown Pelicans at our local movie theatre.  It’s called “Pelican Dreams.”  Beautiful video of the big birds and told around the touching stories of two injured pelicans, one of whom has now flown back into the wild.  101 more words