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2/25/2007 Pt Lobos by Sami Laine -- [View this report only]
Bottom Team: Sami Laine, Clinton Bauder
Visibility:   Time:12:00 AM
Temp: 54F Surge:  
Max Depth: 50FSW Avg Depth: 34FSW
Bottom Time:   Total Time: 1:25
Bottom Gases: EAN32Deco Gases:
Backgas Config: Single LP104Deco Tanks:
Deco Profile:
 
Yup, not a typo, it's me!
I decided to do a dive at Lobos with Clinton, as the weather outlook looked very promising with practically no hail or lightning, and since we had no craft at all the small craft advisory wouldn't be an issue either.
To our disappointment the cove was calm with just a little surge at the ramp as we got in. I guess most everyone had been scared off by internet prognosticators, it was very empty and quiet at the parking lot.
Our plan was to take it easy, as I wasn't sure how to calculate the deco after my 1,400,635 minute surface interval since the previous dive (actually it's more like 1,400,575 minutes if you take the daylight saving time into account).
After a very thorough pre-dive briefing and gear check, we swam out and to my relief I still remembered which gear takes you forward and which takes you back, although the whole dive sort of took me back so to speak.
The plan was to do a basic S-drill, bubble checks and a trim check although my wife keeps reminding me I'm not that trim right now. Everything looked good, so we went for a little swimmie around the Middle Reef.
Looks like y'all haven't moved things around too much from where I left them in '04. We did a little nudibranch watching, and got the species counter to about 15 or so.
I was diving wetgloves (brrr!) so once we had circumnavigated the reef I was ready to come back and we got up near the ramp after 85 minutes.
A perfect example of 'go and look-see': we caught the perfect lull between the storms, vis was decent, surge was light even at the tops, and the sun was out as we packed the car.
It's good to be back.
Sami
2/9/2007 Kinder-Garden (D3) aboard Phil Sammet's RIB by Alberto Nava -- [View this report only]
Bottom Team: Susan Bird, Alberto Nava
Visibility: 20' - 40' Time:10:30 AM
Temp: 53F - 53F Surge: 6'
Max Depth: 190FSW Avg Depth: 150FSW
Bottom Time: 0:40 Total Time: 1:50
Bottom Gases: 18/55Deco Gases:50/25,O2
Backgas Config: Double HP120Deco Tanks:AL80
Deco Profile:
6,4s
18 up
 
After getting back from caving in Mexico, I was looking forward to seeing some color fish and invertebrates. We had booked Phil to go out for some fun diving today.

We decided for an easy dive at D3. This is a nice pinnacle on the west side of Point Lobos which starts at about 150ft and drops down to about 200 to 220 on the north side.

During the descend vis was pretty good but once we got to the bottom it got a little dark. Maybe 40ft on top, 20 and the base.

Susan navigated around the pinnacle and I followed her. My eyes were having troubles with all these colors. There were many EE sponges and tons of red gorgonias, as well as some big white nudies.

We swam over a section where we found the large wolf-eel on the Discovery California DVD and we looked for it but not look. We did see some nice china rockfish on top of EE sponges. Cool!

Susan spotted a juv yellow eye which are always nice to see. This one was a couple of inches long.

We decided to multi-level the pinnacle as the top is pretty nice area. We did 20min at 190 and then moved up for another 20min at the top. The top is cover with tons of gorgonias and juv rock fish. We swam slowly while looking at the terrain and all the nice little fish. It felt similar to diving in the warm water when you move up to the top of the reef, 20 minutes when by and we realize we were not in the shallow reef so we started our ascend from 140.

The swell were builting up but the wind was from the south which made it ok for lobos.

Deco was uneventful and my new C400 kept me nice and warm. It's amazing how much difference a new C400 makes. About 6 more lbs of lead, but warm :-)

It's good to be back in bay area :-)
1/24/2007 Pt Lobos by Dionna House -- [View this report only]
Bottom Team: Paul Lee, Dionna House
Visibility: 25' - 50' Time:11:00 AM
Temp: 52F - 53F Surge: 2'
Scooter: Gavin Short Burn Time:  
Max Depth: 105FSW Avg Depth: 60FSW
Bottom Time:   Total Time: 1:04
Bottom Gases: EAN32Deco Gases:
Backgas Config: Double HP100Deco Tanks:
Deco Profile:
 
I met with Paul for some fun at Lobos…. We arrive with the conditions looking very lake like. This time I was not in huge rush to get in the water…. Of course we socialized a bit. In came Harry Babicka and Steve Wright. Steve is in town for a short time and will be going back to Afganistan. BE SAFE STEVE!!!!! Than Susan and Beto drove in to do some practice surveying. Paul and I suited up and did our GUE EDGE and we were on our way. The plan was to go out to the Sisters and circle the reef that sits westward of the Sisters. What a spectacular day to get a good look at the terrain. The vis was around 45-50feet. Besides enjoying the feeling of flying over reefs, there were at least 4 big male sheep heads that we passed along the way. We spotted a weight belt at about 100ft at that reef…. Paul seems to find a lot of goodies… I was glad he decided to leave it where we found it. There had to be at least 8-10lbs on it. We turned the dive and headed east back to the Lone Metridium. It was out and feeding very nicely. We circled the reef that it sits on and came to the Westside of Hole in the Wall. We followed that reef in. It was sure nice to see the other side of Hole in the Wall reef. We ended the dive at the ramp.


The second dive was frosting on the cake. First of all, we decide to stay shallow and explore new territory. We went out on the surface swim and saw an interesting worm? Or I thought it looked like a sea snake. It looked just like a strand of kelp. It was swimming around. We followed it for a short time until I noticed it was defecating. Ohhh!! Let us not go there!!! Ah…. We descended and went out to the eastside of the Middle Reef looking into nocks and crannies. On the way out 2 unusual looking divers passed us and tried to harass me. I had to show them who was in charge. They looked lost!!! ;-) Maybe too much bottom time!!! We saw a few gigantic abalone and there were several large size copper rockfish that were hanging out. Once in awhile we would get a visit from a harbor seal. They didn’t hang out with us to long though. The plan was to end the dive towards the right of the boat ramp. We circled the big rock that looks like an otter. Underneath, there is a cool looking crack. On a day like today with clean blue water, it was wonderful to see. Paul found a white dish in the cove. I wonder how that got there??? There were long shallow reefs that run northwest in that part of the cove. Lots of life growing on ridge. We finished the dive with feeding the Monkeyface eel. He seems to know when it is time for a feeding…. Two wonderful dives… it looks like the conditions are going to stay nice. GO DIVING!!!!

1/14/2007 Flintstones aboard Escapade by Susan Bird -- [View this report only]
Bottom Team: Clinton Bauder, Susan Bird, John Heimann
Visibility: 40' - 60' Time:12:00 AM
Temp: 50F Surge: 10'
Max Depth: 80FSW Avg Depth: 65FSW
Bottom Time:   Total Time:  
Bottom Gases: 30/30Deco Gases:
Backgas Config: Double Deco Tanks:
Deco Profile:
 
I would like to thank Suzanne Baird for organizing BAUE's first charter of the year!

We braved the extremely cold surface temperature to enjoy a wonderful, clear, sunny day on the water. It was a fantastic day for viewing whales & dolphins-- we sighted numerous whales (humpbacks and greys), and motored in the midst of a massive mixed pod of dolphins, some of whom rode the bow wake.

The conditions permitted a first dive at Flinstones, which is always a treat. Visability was very good at the beginning of the dive-- especially vertical viz... we could see straight to the bottom, and we wished we had mix for a deeper dive. The walls were as colorful/beautiful as ever, yet there weren't as many fish at the site as we have seen in the past.

Clinton brought his macro lens, and had to exercise a fair amount of patience dealing with the surge, which picked up during the dive. I kept looking for a whale to swim by... no luck there, but 3 lively sea lions put on quite a show for us.

The current also picked up towards the end of the dive, bringing with it the whitish, 'milky' visibility we have been seeing over the past few weeks at Point Lobos.

The Escapade tucked in at Pescadero Point for a delicious lunch of sandwiches & chili.

Second dive was at East Pinnacles, where we found a good subject for Clinton to photograph: an unfortunate decorator crab had fallen into the grasp of a rose colored anemone and its desperate legs were sticking out on either side of the predator's mouth.

The surge continued to grow, so we made our way back to the anchor line and called it a day.

We were joined on the trip by Marciano, a GUE cave diver from Mexico City, who will be visiting us regularly over the next year. We beleive he brought us good luck with the cetaceans, so we hope he will be back for our next charter!

Thank you to stellar Escapade crew Jim, Eric, and Abigail for the great day.

Here are some surface photos of the day:
1/10/2007 Pt Lobos by Alberto Nava -- [View this report only]
Bottom Team: Susan Bird, Alberto Nava
Visibility: 10' - 50' Time:12:11 PM
Temp: 50F - 52F Surge: 6'
Scooter: Gavin Long Burn Time:  
Max Depth: 170FSW Avg Depth: 120FSW
Bottom Time: 0:50 Total Time: 1:20
Bottom Gases: 18/45Deco Gases:50/25,O2
Backgas Config: Double HP120Deco Tanks:
Deco Profile:
5,4s, 18 up
 
Susan and I looked at the weather and decided that Wed was a good time for diving just before the next storm and the really cold conditions.

We got to Point Lobos to find Dionna and Harry have had the same idea. We chatted for a while and setup up all our gear. The vis at the boat ramp was at least 60ft. We thought this was going to be a great dive. However as we scootered out we found a milky 10-20ft vis.

We went to Twin Peaks to see if we could located the small Yellow Eye rock fishes on the north end of the pinnacle. We did located two small fish and they are a little bigger than last year. One of them is about 5 inches and the other one is probably 4 inches. They are most of the time in the vecinity of some small cracks at about 170ft.

We looped some of the small pinnacles on the East side of TP and then headed back. Vis was kind of low and it took me a little bit of time to find the route back. Maybe I need to dive TP more frecuently ;-)

During the deco we had two large sea lions checking us out and barcking at us.

Nice way to start the year diving wise.
1/10/2007 Pt Lobos by Dionna House -- [View this report only]
Bottom Team: Harry Wong, Dionna House
Visibility: 15' - 40' Time:11:00 AM
Temp: 51F - 53F Surge: 5'
Scooter: Gavin Short Burn Time:  
Max Depth: 100FSW Avg Depth: 75FSW
Bottom Time:   Total Time: 1:30
Bottom Gases: EAN32Deco Gases:
Backgas Config: Double HP100Deco Tanks:
Deco Profile:
 
Harry and I went down to catch the calm before the storm. Whalers cove was fairly flat with some wind wripples. The Vis near the ramp was beautiful. After talking to Susan and Beto we were on our way. We scootered out to Beto's Reef and to the Sisters. On the way out Harry circled Sea Mount to get a better look at it, Harry is still learning the Lobos Terrain and has to WOW (Whip Out Wetnotes) to ask lots of location questions underwater. I don't mind, it gives we a chance to relax and breathe. I am teaching him some sign language for easier communication. We had milky conditions, but, it was still nice to be out there playing with the sealions that were terrorizing some of the local fish. On the way in, we came to the lone metridium reef, and wanted to explore around the south side of it. We were amazed at what such beautiful terrain and rock formation there. Saw a few copper and gopher rockfish. We went back into the cove and Harry wanted to explore the east side of Middle Reef a bit. Saw that big male sheephead again. After this, Harry pulled a WOW and wrote, CAVES??. I thought okay, let us see if I can find...... ahhhh.. There is the landmark. The caves are just around this reef. Whew!!! We swam into the cavern, it was a little surgy, but, still okay. We cruised back over to the ramp for spectacular Visibility again. Last week when Harry and I went diving, as we were cleaning gear, we were visited by a few Risso dolphins in the cove. It looked like they were partying with the harbor seals or maybe just showing off. It was a real gift to see. :-)
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Harry Wong Comments:

Incredibly fun dive. These scooters are getting way too addictive. Gas consumption is way down, especially for the distance we're covering. At the beginning of the dive I was to lead and navigate and as long as Dionna knew where we were, she'd continue to let me lead. It didn't take long for me to go the wrong way and she took over the leading. Viz at the end of Middle Reef was around 15 feet, not that great, but opened up past the Sea Mount.

I'm amazed at how easy it is to manuver the Gavin. Traveling in between some intereesting nooks and crannies was especially entertaining. Quite a 3 dinensional activity: up, down, forward, upside down, etc!

The East side of Middle Reef I find particularly interesting. I like the reefs, rocks and the different kelp there. When Dionna found the caves, I was pretty inpressed with the awareness of direction and her surroundings!! She swam in with her scooter off and came out and then I did likewise. I looked to see if there was a swim through, but the only opening out was on top and I could see the foam of the waves breaking over the top.

Swimming with the Gavin in my right had was pretty easy and natural I found. Next time I check out the cave I'll leave the scooter behind. I can tell, I'm going to love cave diving!

The end of dive treat is becoming quite a tradition, our friend the Monkey Face Eel looks like he's expecting us now. He comes out of his hole to get the kelp I feed him. Very cool in an ugly-cute sort of way! Actually he's really cute!

1/10/2007 Pt Lobos by Dionna House -- [View this report only]
Bottom Team: Harry Wong, Dionna House
Visibility: 15' - 50' Time:11:00 AM
Temp:   Surge: 5'
Scooter: Gavin Short Burn Time:  
Max Depth: 100FSW Avg Depth: 75FSW
Bottom Time:   Total Time: 1:30
Bottom Gases: EAN32Deco Gases:
Backgas Config: Double HP100Deco Tanks:
Deco Profile:
 
Harry and I went down to catch the calm before the storm. Whalers cove was fairly flat with some wind wripples. The Vis near the ramp was beautiful. After talking to Susan and Beto we were on our way. We scootered out to Beto's Reef and to the Sisters. On the way out Harry circled Sea Mount to get a better look at it, Harry is still learning the Lobos Terrain and has to WOW (Whip Out Wetnotes) to ask lots of location questions underwater. I don't mind, it gives we a chance to relax and breathe. I am teaching him some sign language for easier communication. We had milky conditions, but, it was still nice to be out there playing with the sealions that were terrorizing some of the local fish. On the way in, we came to the lone metridium reef, and wanted to explore around the south side of it. We were amazed at what such beautiful terrain and rock formation there. Saw a few copper and gopher rockfish. We went back into the cove and Harry wanted to explore the east side of Middle Reef a bit. Saw that big male sheephead again. After this, Harry pulled a WOW and wrote, CAVES??. I thought okay, let us see if I can find...... ahhhh.. There is the landmark. The caves are just around this reef. Whew!!! We swam into the cavern, it was a little surgy, but, still okay. We cruised back over to the ramp for spectacular Visibility again. Last week when Harry and I went diving, as we were cleaning gear, we were visited by a few Risso dolphins in the cove. It looked like they were partying with the harbor seals or maybe just showing off. It was a real gift to see. :-)
1/1/2007 Pt Lobos by Dionna House -- [View this report only]
Bottom Team: Harry Wong, Dionna House
Visibility: 25' - 35' Time:11:00 AM
Temp: 52F - 53F Surge: 2'
Max Depth: 88FSW Avg Depth: 60FSW
Bottom Time:   Total Time:  
Bottom Gases: EAN32Deco Gases:
Backgas Config: Double HP100Deco Tanks:
Deco Profile:
 


I jumped on Doc’s offer to go diving on New Year’s Day. Nice way to start the New Year and more time on the scooter. Our original plan was to go dive at the Breakwater because Pt Lobos was FULL. We contacted Pt Lobos that morning and heard that there were several no shows. Back to Lobos for more scooter FUN!!!!. We went over the GUE EDGE and got in the water to do our bubble checks on the regulators and the scooters. I lead the dive out to Granite Point Wall. We were able to get a glimmer of a harbor seal that swam by us on the way out. Doc pulled out his wet notes to ask about some navigation landmarks. I confirmed we were at Granite Point Wall. I wanted to check out the reef that I have been exploring just a bit north of Granite Point Wall. This time I went North West and followed the rocks along the sand next to the reef. There were some dramatic parts of the reef that I liked. Nothing much out of the ordinary though. The depth there was around 85ft. We traveled about 500ft out, than we came back to Granite Point Wall and followed it around into some canyons. There was one particular pinnacle that looked like a finger. This was right next to a larger reef that made it a beautiful area to explore in between. Doc went in to check it out and came back. I watched an admired how awesome this was to see and experience. Vis was about 35ft. On the way back to the Middle Reef we stopped to check out Doc’s pitch on his scooter. He is getting use to his new toy. We made our way back to the middle reef’s wonderful rocks with sponge and with time remaining. We went over to Hole in Wall to play around. Doc was still getting use to his pitch on his scooter. At this time we were just about ready to start our route back into the cove for our ascent. Visibility deteriorated as we got shallower. We stayed very close to each other. We found our bouy line and clipped off the stage and the scooter. I was not quite ready to surface and get out the water and Doc was thinking the same. We played around doing some drills at 10ft, than went up to about 5ft near the ramp to feed Susan’s monkey face eel friend some algae growing on the ramp. After 90 minutes underwater I was getting cold. we came up laughing and out we exited in the low tide once again. :-) Happy New Year !!! Welcome 2007
12/30/2006 Pt Lobos by Dionna House -- [View this report only]
Bottom Team: Susan Bird, Dionna House
Visibility: 40' - 50' Time:11:00 AM
Temp: 53F - 55F Surge: 1'
Scooter: Gavin Short Burn Time:  
Max Depth: 105FSW Avg Depth: 65FSW
Bottom Time:   Total Time:  
Bottom Gases: EAN32Deco Gases:
Backgas Config: Double HP100Deco Tanks:
Deco Profile:
1,1,2,3,3
 
While Beto was finishing up Harry’s Scooter clinic at Lobos, Susan was without a scooter buddy. I was lucky to have brought the scooter down and was up for EXTREME fun! We were pretty lucky with the surface conditions pretty flat and calm. After going over GUEEDGE we got in the water did our bubble check and off we went. Since I was leading the dive, I elected the route of scootering on the surface to the sand channel. There wasn’t much kelp left from the storms to make a reference underwater. We arrived at a good spot to drop down and off we went. The first task for us was to match the scooter speeds so Susan would be able to ride on my left and I can see her to my side. My pitch was hard to maneuver with my light in the left hand… I had to clip the light off and work with both hands. We rode out the sand channel to the Hole in the Wall. That is where I get my bearings to start navigating out to Beto’s Reef. Without the kelp forest as a guide I was left with boulders and depth references. Still Okay… I have been out there enough. We hit 80ft and I signaled to Susan to head West. There was Sea Mount! I love seeing that white elephant ear sponge on the north end. We rode over to Beto’s Reef and hung out there for a few minutes until it was time to head West to the Sisters. Once at the Sister, we kicked around. Spotted a few nudibranchs and I mostly enjoy the Gorgonians and Hydrocoral. We didn’t see many fish. Susan wanted to explore the big Reef to the West of the Sister. Perhaps that was another Sister? It was definitely beautiful to see and exciting to be out there. I like the dramatic spikes on top of the reef. It kind of looked like a king’s crown. It was time to turn the dive and go back to the cove. At 85ish feet sister I did my stage switch. As goofy as it may sound I looked up at the top of the Sister and noticed that there was not much kelp left. I got Susan’s attention and pointed to it, giggling and thinking that Sister is having a bad hair day….. We started going east until we got to the vicinity of where the Lone Metridium sits. A little bit farther east and sure enough…. The Lone Metridium… We were both happy to see it!!! We were hoping to see Beto and Harry there. Susan decided to explore around as I followed. We came back to Hole in the Wall and buzzed by Beto and Harry. Harry was working on some scooter skills. After circling and playing around with the boys, we headed to the end of Middle Reef. I wanted to see the “Crack”. It was then time to start our minimum deco and ascent back to the ramp. Visibility throughout the dive was 40-50ish feet. As we deco up back to the ramp, there was a small school of blue rockfish hanging out with kelp. We watched for a little bit and made our way back to the bouy line. Before we got out, Susan fed her monkey face eel friend at the ramp.

Lunch and FUN on the Surface Interval!!!!

My second dive was with Suzanne Baird. We decided to do a short kick out to work on some line running, tie offs, and surveying. The conditions deteriorated and there was noticeable surge. The surge made line running and surveying a bit challenging. I felt someone tugging on my fins and turned around to see a yellow harbor seal…. Aka: BETO!!! Suzanne and I reeled in and swam to the ramp. We all helped each other out of the water in the LOW LOW tide and strong surge of water. Finished up with dinner at Siamese Bay. My lips were out of spicy conditioning!!! and Sam missed us!!!!! Susan told a lot of Dive Lies at dinner. ;-)

Congratulations to Doc for completing his scooter workshop, Kreshi for getting his green card and OHHH I logged in my 700th dive today!!!!
12/30/2006 Pt Lobos by Harry Wong -- [View this report only]
Bottom Team: Alberto Nava, Susan Bird, Harry Wong
Visibility: 15' - 50' Time:12:00 AM
Temp: 50F - 53F Surge: 1'
Scooter: Gavin Short Burn Time:  
Max Depth: 80FSW Avg Depth:  
Bottom Time:   Total Time:  
Bottom Gases: Deco Gases:
Backgas Config: Double Deco Tanks:
Deco Profile:
 
Hooked on Scooters Part 3: Scooter Clinic at Pt Lobos

It was New Year's weekend at Point Lobos, the weather was sunny, the water calm and clear at the boat ramp! I was pretty excited, after Thursday's lecture, it was now time to dive. Pre dive, Beto outlined our plan, it was certainly full of drills and tasks! This was to be my first scooter dive aside from the 30 minutes playing around with Dionna's scooter last week.

Dive One:

Before getting started, we checked the buoyancy and trim of the scooter. It was too light so we added weight and it was just slightly negative. This was later to prove invaluable, saving me countless work figuring it out myself!

We scootered at the surface to the end of Middle Reef where we descended down to 40 feet, then went out to Hole In The Wall and started our drills at the adjacent sand patch, which included parking and unparking the scooter, slow turns, fast turns, trim, and body position. I told Beto the scooter was pulling down too much and he adjsted the Tow Cord (perhaps we should call it a Tow Harness?

Next was a navigation exercise using landmarks and compass direction. First there was Hole-In-The-Wall, then Lone Metridium, then the reefs to the West of that. Beto led and when we came back to Hole-In-The-Wall, it was my turn and I did likewise. I found it easier to navigate on a scooter than when swimming about. Because I could see more terrain and structure

Then we practiced an ascents with the scooter. This was definitely different, I was all over the place. So much for staying within a 3 feet differential!

Coming back my hand got tired as I was just grabbing the handle, pulling the trigger and started changing my hand position. Hopefully this will sort out in the future.

Being my first real dive on a scooter, it was quite a handful and a lot to absorb, but I know what I need to practice on. I was more ackward than I thought I'd be, but I learned a lot. I'm goling to have to continue to tweek the cord length and angle to get it dialed in.

Max depth: 80 feet, 67 minutes, 50 degrees, viz 40 feet

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Dive 2 of Beto's Scooter Clinic, this time Susan came along to assist Beto.

We surfaced scootered to the end of Middle Reef, descended slowly to get everyone's ears cleared and scootered out to Hole In The Wall where we did drills in the sand patch last time
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First drill was parking and unparking the scooter. This is where you pin the throttle so it cannot activate, turn the pitch to zero, and clip the tow cord. Then I stowed the scooter behind me and swam a bit. Next was the drill of towing another scooter with my scooter, then it was towing another diver, Susan. Then it was towing another diver with another scooter. So there I was towing Susan and her scooter with my and my scooter. It was very ackward. My trim was way off and I was plowing thru the water.

Once that was done, I was to lead our group West of the Lone Metridium. We did and in the middle of that Susan signaled that her scooter was out of commission so I towed her and her scooter back to Hole in the Wall and headed back into the sand channel.

Forgetting to release gas from my wing wrecked havoc on my buyoancy and trim so when I stopped I started rising to the surface, dumped gas out of my wing and came back down.

The next drill was to drive the Scooter without the trigger and rotate the magnet only. The little wire did jump and I actually ended up with a nonfunctioning trigger so rode all the way in on the magnet. Not bad, it was pretty easy.

Next was a scary drill. How to handle a runnaway scooter, or a scooter that is stuck in the "on" position. You stick your hand into the spinning propeller! I found out there's the "painful way" and the "just a little painful way." If you stick your hand into it with authority and grab the prop, it's not *too* bad. But if you tiimidly stick your hand into it....ouch! Of course you do that to change the pitch of the prop to allow it to go or to make it sit idle with the prop spinning.

Dive: 74 minutes, max depth 75 feet, 50 degrees with about 20 fet of viz

I'm SO glad I did this clinic! I had no idea what I didn't know that I now know!

Thanks again Beto and Susan!!!!

Now Dionna doesn't have to tow me anymore.

Monday New Year's Dive anyone?

Harry Wong

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