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It is much stronger than a wish to take cool photos. It is like a drive. (or an internal compass pulling north ) The love for the ice and snow and cold. fresh air and no civilazation... endless horizons. I feel at home in such places.
Divmr, how did you insert an image under the name?
As long's yer goin', how's abouts taking my list to Santy Clause:
a Poseiden Regulator
a better computer
high-pressure steel tank
a good car to haul it all in
Thanks in advance!
It is my intention to start ice diving this winter. I've got everything except for the valve on my Argon system. A longer term goal is to dive in Northern Canada. By that point, I hope to skip the full face mask and go directly to a Kevlar helmet with multi-gas bailout block.
I've researched Antarctic diving and have found a couple of Former Soviet Union research vessels that now charter dive trips. I would think long and hard before chartering one of those ships; however, there must be something decent out there.
Y'all go right ahead...
Go forth to the land of ice & snow.
Take lots of pictures, write it all up.
I'll look on in wonder and delight, and tell you "You done real goooood!"
From the warmth of Lower Alabama.