On a pan a minute later at 0846 , I found Kolohe (RW22) all alone at Seal Rock Inlet. All would remain at those locations through the observation period.
The afternoon was taken up with a Kaiser trip. Missus W recently returned from a California trip, and of course brought back the usual cold/flu. She didn’t improve, and did get worse so today we checked it out and Marilyn has been diagnosed with pneumonia. She has the proper drugs, and is snoozin’ in cough syrup land, so recovery is on the way. An End of the World trip tomorrow is probably not high on her list of things to do. FEEL BETTER Marilyn !!! Sending you lots of hugs and well wishes!
The Billand’s day involved lots of White Plains trips. What would prove to be Buster (RV08) kept hauling out and then quickly departing, at least 4 times. They did managed to get some shots, but he didn’t stay.
At 1025 they discovered Pohaku (RO28) doing 6 minute dives at Campbell Industrial Park.
At 1338 they found Kekoa (RK72) & RK36 together at Maili Point.
At 1357 they reported what appeared to be Kimo Kai (RT12) foraging off shore of Maili Point, however he did not haul out.
Diane Gabriel found Holokai (RG40) at the Elbow, Turtle Bay at 1418. Diane T. mail advised that he was still there as of 1557.
Team Billand called at 1647 to advise that a Dana called had reported an U/U at 186D, Ewa Beach. Horrendous traffic made a trip impossible. Dana was going to contact John Sadowski, in Ewa Beach. Awaiting further word.