The Elizabeth Islands, off the coast of Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 1925.
Prologue: My name is Crow.
I'll never know for sure when I was born.
When this pair [dolphins] cut away for open water, they leaped in tandem, again and again, like colts in a blue meadow. (p. 58)
"You can learn things from other people, and you can learn things by keeping your eyes open. But you can learn things from your own self, too. From what your gut tells you. If you pay attention to it," he said. (p. 88)