There's the story of the SS Central America that foundered hundreds of miles off the Carolinas in a hurricane in 1857. Two ships showed up, one of which was inspired by seeing an osprey and heading in its direction. While most onboard died, hundred fifty people were saved.What're the odds??
You mean the story Tom Hanks told as Jim Lovell?I know not what others may think, but that story, evidently real, makes me feel happy.
Remember the account of the Navy fighter pilot who lost instruments and instrument lights, leaving him no conventional way of finding his way to his carrier's deck? But the phosphorescence in the ship's wake (which he'd not have seen if his instruments had been lit) led him "home"?
This is similar, a non-human ocean phenomenon led to saving a life that would have been lost otherwise. By a guy on his first sail with a new boat.
What're the odds??
Had to read this a few times to NOT do anything other than believe I got what you were saying.I have read too many stories/accounts/seen videos of cetacean's (whales & dolphins) interaction with humans to NOT do anything other than believe this was a deliberate act of the dolphins
I'm not sure it's realistic on her part to think that she can keep her identity out of the news. It happened, and miraculously she was saved.