whale watching love


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  • n. The practice of observing whales and other cetaceans in their natural habitat.


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  • People came in droves to “whale watch,” but whale watching was no different from fishing—a lot of waiting, little or no outcome usually, and the hours the whales appeared were the ones when visitors from Michigan or California were having cocktails at the Lighthouse or sleeping in their down beds at Asher House B & B, dreaming of raspberry scones.

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