I'm just waiting for photos from my last stop in Alaska and then I can update you as to what went on there. In the mean time, I thought I'd tell you a little about what I've been able to do here at home. (I got to come back for a quick visit between Alaska and the US).
I'm not sure how many of you know Ed the Bear, but he's from the UK and he's been checking out the damage us humans have been doing to the oceans and marine life through littering (Google: The Adventures of Ed the Bear). You won't believe the kinds of marine litter/rubbish there is on the beaches he's visited in the UK and the USA. I chatted to him last year to find out more and in doing that, we got to know each other and decided to meet up.
|Ed and I discussing where I would take him in the Western Cape.|
|Ed checking out the vegetation growin gon the rocks by the sea.|
|One of the cool plants that grow inbetween the rocks at Grotto Bay.|
|The pretty pink flowers that grow next to the rocks at Grotto Bay.|
|Ed checking out the view at Grotto Bay - or what there was left of it with all the mist.|
|Ed seeing what he could find in the rock pools.|
|You can only just make out the Cormorants on the rocks.|
|A minute crayfish tail that we found inbetween the rocks.|
|Me on Melkbos beach.|
Have a great week Sea Fans!