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I drive 4 hours to Lake Rawlings and 3 Hours to Bainbridge. When Im in Florida on vacation 3 or 4 hours depending on where I am going. If Im in South Florida and the dives are washed out due to weather I will try to go North to the Springs.
And the moral of the story is ... beware of scuba divers wearing only one shoe.
Instead of spending all this time trying to solve a non existing problem, why not work at being smarter divers, don't do stupid stuff at the lakes and the boats will have a much harder time hitting you. (AZTEK DIVER)