At 0713 I found what would prove to be Buster (RV08) at the log, 40 ft left of 1BS, and Kea (RK96), also in the Morning Glory , 30 ft left of 1BS. I got back to Makai Pier at 0846 and all remained the same.
Marilyn called at 0958 with the report of Kaiwi (RK96) at Irma’s Grotto, Kokee Flats. She remarked about how large our little girl has become.
At 1002 on a pan I found an animal hiding behind the water front rocks of Rocky Right Beach at the right end. It would take some hours, but he finally showed me his right side “cue ball” bleach. It was Kolohe (RW22).
Though I had been watching Buster & Kea left of 1BS, to my complete surprise I found that they were not alone. At 1139 RM38 came galumphing out from behind the Morning Glory, moving down to the beach. His D#11 molt is 98%.
At 1205 Kimo Kai (RT12) hauled out to 1BS. Both RM38 and Kea were on the beach by that time. Kimo K began galumphing up but ran afoul of RM38. They did 12 founds with poor Kea caught in the middle. They would ultimated calm down and all snoozed away the rest of the day.
At 0554 Team Billand called with the report of Benny (RE74) at Paradise Cove. He had actually arrived last night, according to security personnel. He would depart at 0659.
At 0840 the Billands found Pohaku (RO28) once again doing 5-7 minute dives off shore of Campbell Industrial Park.
At 1044 Team Billand found an over nighted RIP (RR70) & Kekoa (RK72) still at Maili Point.
Multiple texts from multiple sources reported an animal at Right Spot’s Spot, Turtle Bay. Carola Johnston’s shots confirmed the RK36 ID. This is his 3rd day at that location.