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Why We Love LA: Morning Ocean Trips with Seals & Dolphins

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We rely on the kindness of strangers to show us their version of Los Angeles. Today, via Outdoors Club, we met a member of the Fairwind Yacht Club (a very cool organization if you like sailing, but don't own a boat) who took out a group of folks on a breakfast cruise. And here is what we saw...

Hey Lazy Seals! Wake Up! It's 10 am!

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More Seals!

Okay, enough seals for the moment. Backing up a bit, we started our journey in Marina del Rey, which we know is not Los Angeles city proper, but for the purposes of this photo essay, LA is the LA area. Here we are filling up on gas at the boat gas station (actually, this photo is off cleaning out the, uhhhh, bowels.

Row, row, row your...


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These soon-to-be condos/apartments look very expensive and not that fun to live in because most of them do not have balconies with water views. Boo!

Johnny Carson's old boat - The Serengeti.

There were so many dolphins to see today. At one point, we found ourselves in the path of a pod of 30-50 dolphins. Unfortunately, dolphin photography is not our expertise.

More seals! The end.

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