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Weekend two of the Dana Point Festival of Whales brings crowds to Harbor

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There wasn’t a cloud in the sky as the Dana Point Festival of Whales got underway this weekend.

Clear skies and smooth waters brought large crowds down to the Harbor for the 43rd annual celebration of the California gray whales’  10,000-roundtrip mile migration from Alaskan seas to Mexican lagoons.

From carnivals, concerts, stand-up paddleboard clinics, symphony performances, car shows and clam chowder cook-offs, the event drew people from nearby, and afar, for the last two days of the festival.

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