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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.
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?
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.
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!