Dolphins, Seals and 35 Knots

Never travel with someone who has the bladder of a chipmunk. During the months of December through March, gray whales pass through San Diego's shores of the Pacific from the frigid waters of the Arctic, en route to the warm lagoons of Baja California where they birth their young. The longest migration by any mammal on earth is undertaken by one of the world's largest. Incredible - isn't it? While in San Diego, I made it a priority to sign up for a whale-watching excursion on a “R.I.B.” I had no idea of what that acronym stood for, so of course I created a barbeque party-boat fantasy in my mind. It ... [Read More]