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Water very clean see fishes swimming, [[underlined in red]] corals sponges, [[/underlined in red] sea [[underlined in red]] urchins - etc. [[/underlined in red]] Back by sunset
Dec. 3. again beautiful weather. Awakened early by flying of near by [[underlined in red]] aviation station [[/underlined in red]]]] By and by we get so familiar with [[underlined in red]] these flying machines [[/underlined in red]] that it makes us feel more [[underlined in red]] confident in George's [[/underlined in red]] chances Went for a stroll in town met [[underlined in red]] Mr. Lyons [[/underlined in red]] of [[underlined in red]] Foot powder [[/underlined in red]] fame who drove us to his pretty house on the Bay and invited us for lunch.
Afternoon we went to his dock with the [[underlined in red]] Cygnet [[/underlined in red]] so as to compare equipment with his newly purchased boat. which has about same dimensions
Dec 4. A man near by had caught a [[underlined in red]] big shark [[/underlined in red]] which is lying
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on the landing. It has a head like a hammer. and is called a [[underlined in red]] hammer head shark. [[/underlined in red]] Took Cygnet out to sea, fishing going thru new Government dredged cut and about two miles out and northwards abreast [[strikethrough]] wireless [[/strikethrough]] [[underlined in red]] Radio station. [[/underlined in red]] Several fisherboats there Splendid weather, blue sky. water beautifully transparent blue. [[strikethrough]] No waves but [[/strikethrough]] [[underlined in red]] Celine [[/underlined in red]] show first symptoms of seasickness Altho' weather is calm [[strikethrough]] heavy [[/strikethrough]] The heavy ocean swells  in comodate[[guess]] here for awhile. Water so transparent that we see the white and sandy bottom about 50 - 60 feet deep. Corals and sponges and fishes. No success in fishing but felt comforted by [[strikethrough]] the sight of this underwater [[/strikethrough]] what we saw under this. exceptionally transparent
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