Tuesday, March 14th was our first full day in the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. This is a series of connected channels, some natural and some man-made, that provide a protected passage along the coast. In some places, it follows the waterway between barrier islands and the mainland. In others, canals have been dug, sometimes far inland, to connect protected harbors and bays.
Again today we saw dolphins, and they approached the boat. We hoped to get some good photos, but they always seemed to disappear as they got close. The best would could get was a grey shape in the water.
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