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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Seal Sighting

Joanne and I saw a seal today in Marblehead Harbor down on the floats at the Boston Yacht Club.  He (or she... it's so hard to determine with seals) was just hanging around the float, then struggled to get on and lie in the snow for awhile.  Just stretching and yawning.
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If I was an Eskimo, I'd have a hard time slaughtering seals.  They are just so friendly looking, and move so gracefully in the water.   I suppose if my kids were hungry, and I had a handy harpoon, I'd get over that.
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I took a picture with my Blackberry, which I'll upload later.



Maria Rowen said...




How lucky for you and Joanne! According to the Native American legend of animal totems, the seal is a symbol of balance, intuition and discovery of inner voice (crystal-cure.com). Native Americans believe all animals we encounter are physical and spiritual guides enhancing our essence and existence. Next time you see a skunk, hold your nose but don’t run away...Well maybe you should run...



Lucky for the seal too.... that we weren't Eskimos.
Maria Rowen said...


Lucky for us all you weren't Mr. and Mrs. 'Beppe' Bigazzi...

2 comments:

  1. How lucky for you and Joanne! According to the Native American legend of animal totems, the seal is a symbol of balance, intuition and discovery of inner voice (crystal-cure.com). Native Americans believe all animals we encounter are physical and spiritual guides enhancing our essence and existence. Next time you see a skunk, hold your nose but don’t run away...Well maybe you should run...

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  2. Lucky for us all you weren't Mr. and Mrs. 'Beppe' Bigazzi...

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