There were more orcas further offshore, some of them being the Nigel L95, the J14, and the J19 matrilines. Inshore, Moonlight L83 slowly made her way past me and tail slapped a few times. She was followed by Ophelia L27, Surprise L86 (who also tail slapped), and Pooka L106. Then, the J14s and J19s began breaching and tail slapping and everyone turned around and headed back North. The K14s soon joined the rest of the Northbound orcas from the South.
I then drove North to Lime Kiln State Park to have another encounter from shore. The first orcas to pass me a little offshore off the park were Takoda L109 (who breached twice), Lapis L103, Nugget L55, and Jade L118. Sprouter male Tika K33 and his mother Sekiu K22 were not far behind them, and Sequim K12, Saturna K43, and Granny J2 were next. Further offshore was Kasatka L82 and her young son Finn L116. Then, closer in, the J14s, Pooka L106, and Surprise L86 went past. Rainshadow K37 surfaced nearby and Ophelia L27 was a little offshore of him. In the J14s, Suttles J40 tail slapped twice and Se-Yi'-Chn J45 tail slapped once. Then the J19s and K14s then passed by, and Onyx L87 surfaced super close to shore, playing with kelp along the way.
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