I had a preliminary look at my dental issues. So far I have just taken one baby step with two more to follow. Then we get down to the nitty gritty. I can certainly think of many other things to be doing than what I may be doing over the next several months but what must be done must be done.
The Whale watch was a lot of fun. I would do it again someday. It wasn't always easy to get a good shot because you never knew where a whale would surface. Following the seagulls were a good indicator. You would see a burst of small bubbles that turned the water a very light green and then the whale would breech the surface soon after. It could be anywhere around the boat. I luckily did get 3 shots of a whales head but I didn't know it until later.
There were a lot of pictures. I gathered a good amount and made a slideshow. I am not totally pleased with the way it turned out but then again it's just a bunch of pictures. I set it to music. It isn't nautical in any way. It's two tunes by Eric Clapton. The guy who became my guitar idol in 1967. He's one of the '60s rock stars who, after a tumultuous life, has managed to age gracefully. I went through a time in the70's and 80's when I tuned him out until Live Aid in 1985. He can still play a mean guitar in his 70's.
I'm outta here.