The real zinger of all this is that both animals have been up, down, and all around different portions of Jeffreys Ledge over the past 4 days. One morning both are seen in one particular region, 24hrs later a completely different region, and the trend seems to be continuing each and every day. While this may not seem to be all that exciting of news, we have been finding it quite intriguing. Honestly it could be completely coincidental seeing these two animals day in and day out on different section of the Ledge but regardless we continue to chuckle as each time we end up seeing one, the other never seems to be too far away. So thanks again to Halfmoon and Fjord for allowing our passengers to get some great looks at these two large adult whales (Fjord is at least 31 years old while Halfmoon is at least 33 years old!) and to all our passengers, many of whom are repeat whale-spotting pros, and our first time crowds, for another beautiful day spent watching such incredibly intriguing mammals.