We went for a hike through Hither Hills State Park, and the only bird of
note was a phoebe. But upon reaching the trail end at Gardiner's Bay, we
were treated to the sight of a whale, presumably a humpback, breaching a
few times before disappearing. We could see about 10' of an estimated 30'
length, completely out of the water. Nice way to recharge the psyche in
troubling times.

*Bruce Horwith*
*16 Salt Marsh Path*
*East Hampton, NY 11937*
*(631) 599-0040 cell phone*

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