It was a nice day. Calm seas on the east side and not so calm seas on the west side. I don't go out and about often...my attempt at saving on gasoline. Today would be a day to go see what was out there. Then I heard of some orcas in San Juan Channel but I didn't know direction. So off to the calm east side to see what I could see. I didn't know that I would end up being in the right place at the right time. Not sure if what I had see was a blow or just the spray of water off a log...If it was a whale(s) my chances of seeing them might be slim.
Being distracted this time was a good thing!
...I don't ID from my camera...so I waited until I transferred the images to the computer.
However, I did see only one adult male, a female with a juvenile, another juvenile and then another female surfacing with the adult male. All of them passed-by on the inside of Goose Island.
The total was 5 animals: T002B who travels with the T060s is the one who I saw with T060C. T060D & T60E dispersed a while ago. They'll show up somewhere, sometime, but they weren't there today. Then there were two young ones - T060F and T060G. I hadn't ever seen T060G before.
What an unexpected treat the encounter was!