Do you have a toothpick? There's Narwhal stuck in my teeth...
The wind was howling about 60 mph this morning and drizzling rain, ugly, horrible weather. So nothing new here since yesterday. Huge waves out on the boat and we had to re-tie it in so we didn't lose it. We didn't really go anywhere and didn't even get out of our sleeping bags until noon, then we went outside for a little bit but it was too rainy to do anything. We had Narwhal again and it was excellent - I ate about half a whale. Matty's not quite as exuberant about the Narwhal because he said he spent 20 minutes trying to pull chunks of whale from between his teeth after he had it the first night. Then we sat around and waited and finally the wind started to die off a little bit at about 5-o'clock in the evening.
Once the wind died down, we climbed up to the top of a hill and tried to glass, but it was just too ugly out. We saw no tracks, no nothing so we came all the way back down. There were six caribou right by camp and we ate the remainder of our caribou soup, and that's it. It was a dead, slow day today. Lots of reading, lots of catching up on sleep. Morning naps, noon naps, another noon nap, end-of-noon naps and then long night naps. It's supposed to be calm tonight and then tomorrow we can maybe start to hunt, so we've got our fingers crossed.