September and October are the main months in which humpback whales migrate past our little island. We have had some rainy days lately and cured a little of our boredom by sitting on the coast watching the whales. Mother and calf are the easiest to spot since the little ones can't hold there breath as long (the adults can go down over 20 minutes). We have seen lots of spouts and tail slaps, but no breaching. I wish we had calmer waters around our island, as it would be amazing to see them underwater as people so on some other Pacific islands.
NOAH NEW: Noah is a wild man and earned some nice scars on his forehead this weekend after an over confident run. He is extremely strong willed and outgoing, which lands him in "time out" sometimes. He is also learning new words everyday and likes playing the harmonica more that I would have expected.
The Jaskowiak Family
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