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    Worst part of my day...

    is getting off-duty from this 911 call center after working the night shift at 0700 and seeing its going to be a beautiful but that there will be no diving. funny how things work. Its like God is a tease.

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    Well I know the feeling. I am on night shift ...

    Well I know the feeling. I am on night shift right now, and when I leave it is so nice out. Too bad the water temp is in the 50's. :croctears

    There has to be a better way!

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    well...

    your gear should be in the trunk of your car... plan ahead.

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    well darn

    well darn i am at work know and temps off coast of n c are in the 50's to 60's not to bad good enough to go diving!!!!!!!!!! with 5mm suit !

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    I know what you mean

    try it up in Michigan though. It's all good, I'm moving to Florida next week so I won't have to deal with it anymore. It's too bad that I'll have to adjust to the abnormal daytime work hours though. How do you guys do it?

    De night time is de right time

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    I love a short dive after work!

    911_abuser once bubbled...
    is getting off-duty from this 911 call center after working the night shift at 0700 and seeing its going to be a beautiful but that there will be no diving. funny how things work. Its like God is a tease.

    Fernando
    Best way to unwind and leave it all behind. Load your gear before work, pick a shallow, no current, medium to high vis area, and slide in for a quick 30 minutes. You will be surprised how fast the stress drains away, and how much better you will sleep.
    Good for you and your family!

    A dive a day keeps the physiologist away! Well maybe for some!

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    If there were a dive location near me I may j...

    If there were a dive location near me I may just dive on the way home, but I am a little too far for that.

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