Imagine laying on a soft comfortable bed, covered by a thick fluffy comforter, while outside, close enough you can hear them, the sleeping whales breathe gently in the night air. Listening quietly, you slip from your bed, your feet enjoy the soft rug on the floor. You shiver as the cool air surrounds you. To ward off the cold you wrap a soft hotel furnished robe around you. Stepping outside your seaside accommodation you marvel at a sky filled with millions of stars.
The camp is quiet and dark, but the solar path lighting sets a fantasy world scene, with muted light reflecting on the lapping waves at the shore. In the distance a lonely coyote howls a call to her mate. Roosting shore birds rustle with the sound of the coyotes. A friendly kangaroo mouse skitters beneath a bush as you stroll past the large dining tent, now quiet and dark. A large and silent owl swoops past the camp, perhaps stalking that cute desert rodent.
At the edge of the camp grounds you pause to gaze out at the dark water, thinking about your experience earlier in the day when a mother and baby gray whale came to the side of your boat. Your dream of petting a wild whale was now reality. One of the most exciting days you have ever experienced is coming to an end. Wisely you return to your well appointed tent to get a few hours sleep before you set out to find another friendly whale.
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