|ISN'T THERE ANY ROOM LEFT ON THIS PLANET??? THERE'S NO ROOM TO MOVE!|
While on this mission, Captain Weber joined me from the USS Hattie. Under the principles of the Prime Directive, we dressed like the native peoples of this area so that these humanoids would not notice us. We put on shorts and colorful "beach" shoes. The Californi wear little to no clothing in a settlement known as San Diego. We have found the temps to be extremely hot. Their planet seems to be under some sort of "global warming".
|Rosecrans National Cemetery|
After we had a nice report from this location, we battled the Cabrillo National Monument. There were many humanoids of every kind here in this small space. It was difficult to find anything, but the views were amazing. I can understand why the Californi would live here. Unfortunately, the wildlife was not present.
|Cabrillo National Monument|
We eventually moved to the mudflats where avian life was reportedly high. And it was! We were in constant danger as these Californi raced up and down the paths while we tried to count the avian species. There were several moments that had us at RED ALERT! A transport vehicle almost ran me over while observing a Red Knot. Others ran in large groups with strange leaders shouting at them. Some of the Californi were angry and complained about how crowded every space was. We agreed!
|A Californian trying out the latest trend|
|A rare sighting of 26 Greater White-fronted Geese|
|San Diego River-tidal mudlflats near Robb Field|
Until next time. Live long and prosper friends.