|One of our boats. Cozy, but not a place to live on for a long time. Just right for a weeklong vacation.|
|Interviewing Ken Wilcox a few days before totality.|
Interviewing Fred Espenak that same day
|It's tough job... but someone's got to do
Joking with Olivier Staiger.
|It's E-day, and there's clouds over the island of Guadeloupe, so we're heading out to seas.|
|Dad, are you sure these are the right glasses?
(I think I'm gonna see 5 eclipses today)
|We're not alone - there are whales!!!!! See that one spouting up water over there?|
||Guys, the shadow is rolling
Totality is here!
|Look at them planets.
And look at the yellow'ish colors along the horizon!
|Totality is over. We're heading back.... but wait, the show's not over. Now we're being joined and greeted by a group of dolphins! Lots of them!|
|This one's jumping up in the air right between
our two boats! Yeeeeha.
|yep, definitively a grand day to remember!|
But wait, there's still even more. Just when we thought we'd had a good day, Mont-Serrat's volcano greets us too, with a nice plume of ashes. Holy smokes! Can you see it rising there?
||Ok, that's it, we've had enough excitement
for a day.
We're outahere, good night folks!
Over and out.....
|Phillip, Olivier, Ken & Fred,
Thank you again so much for sharing your day
in Guadaloupe with us. James
Due to a cloudy morning on the island, we chose
to head out to sea rather
Minutes after the first contact, as many as
a dozen whales appeared close
Totality itself was spectacular in the middle
of the ocean. We were about
To top it off, shortly after the dolphins disappeared
and well before the