Solstice L89 arrived at the cliffs first with his mother Spirit L22 and the two of them milled back in forth for a hit and they foraged for Chinook/King salmon. Mega L41 appeared far offshore as he headed South. Calypso L94, Cousteau L113, Joy L119, and L121 came by next, with Ocean Sun L25 and Matia L77 offshore of them. Way far offshore, Crewser L92 cartwheeled. Then came Racer L72 and her son Fluke L105, with some of the L4s, L47s, and Nigel L95 (who breached and back dived a few times) offshore of them. Bringing up the rear was Mystery L85 and Ballena L90, traveling closely together like they had been on August 24th while I was out with the Center for Whale Research. The L pod members I didn't see go by the cliffs were the L54s, as well as Wave Walker L88 and Nyssa L84, who closely associate with the L54s. Had they left?
Another male surfaced far off in the distance ahead of us and he turned out to be Nyssa L84, which probably meant Wave Walker L88 and the L54s were still around! Way off to our left, Matia L77 surfaced and Solstice L89 popped up way ahead of us. These Ls were very spread out. We then headed over to some active individuals and they turned out to be Ocean Sun L25, Calypso L94, and L121. Mega L41 was also nearby. At one point Ocean Sun L25 swam by the boat and L121 surfaced in her slip stream a few times. After a few minutes of being babysat by Ocean Sun L15, Calypso L94 surfaced close by and L121 returned to his mother's side.
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