It was a drizzly overcast day, the modern southern California version of a “rain” storm, as the Condor searched for cetaceans today. Two southbound gray whales were spotted on the afternoon trip down east near the Carpenteria Oil Pier. The good news was that one of the #whales breached twice and it’s fan club on the Condor went wild. One of the pair ran alongside the boat for a while giving great looks. Perhaps 100 long-beaked common dolphins were also in the vicinity and put on a good show. The light breeze kept sea conditions very tolerable despite the sprinkles.
You never know what Mother Nature has in store. Bob Perry Condor Express