It was a beautiful morning as the light appeared over the peaks of South Georgia. National Geographic Endurance spent the night at anchor in the protected waters of Jason Harbor. With blue skies and a little breeze, everyone boarded Zodiacs to head to shore and explore the island. Some people opted to take a long hike to stretch their legs, while others enjoyed time watching king penguins and fur seal pups on the beach. In the afternoon, the ship headed for adventure in Stromness Harbor, but we met with 60-knot winds. That plan was aborted, and we looked for refuge in the other bays and coves of the area. The wind prevailed, and landings were deemed unsafe for the day. As a plan B, we cruised into the sunset looking for whales.