Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Together, At Last.

Nearly a year ago, Moby and Kelty (the pink whale and the white whale, respectively) swam out of the Atlantic Ocean at Wallis Sands State Park in order to make the pilgrimage to see their land swimming whale cousins in Burlington, Vermont.

Little did they know, they would be sidetracked by visiting Vermont vistas such as Hogback Mountain, or that Kelty would be whisked away with Clover to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. They never dreamed that they would be joined by another Munko whale from the warm, west coast waters of the Pacific Ocean.

But during the height of summer, they finally found themselves in the northwestern corner of Vermont, and Reverence, the name of these whales, was upon them.

There was a moment of silence as they reflected on their travels thus far.

Then, they made their way up the path.

And they went for a lovely swim together, at last.

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