#TriTraining #DophinsInOurSwimLane

Last week was an interesting week for our #TriTraining Swim in the Bay.  Monday, our best excuse of our training:  A whale in our swim lane – yes the baby whale, separated from its pod was swimming along the So. Calif coast and in and out of smaller water ways.  The last I heard a group of divers escorted it back out to sea.  Unfortunately, the outlook for the young calf is not good.  We went back on Tuesday and had a successful swim.

Then we went out again and there was a submerged car in the water – initially we thought all of the activity was due to the whale returning.  But no, it was a stole car that was submerged in the water. Fortunately, there was no one in the car.

On Saturday, we had a wonderful surprise in our swim lane again. A dolphin calf accompanied by two older dolphins.  They were polite during their play by staying in their own swim lane and not ours (outside our buoys).   Watching them play in the water was just an amazing way to end the week.  Beautiful, sleek, and playful.


Author: turning60andbeyond

Sandi Feaster is a registered nurse and health educator. She has worked in the corporate world as well as taken care of people with chronic health conditions. Sandi is convinced that we can improve our lives by educating ourselves and learning how we can curate the life we want. It may seem simple, but exercise and eating healthy food is the foundation of a longer, healthier and engaged life.

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