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A group from Sothern Indiana Scuba will be there Memorial day weekend...If you want info, contact Mark@ firstname.lastname@example.org
I myself am brand new, and looking for local people to dive with around here, I have heard good things about Blue Spring in Indy, Falling Rock near Louisville and Gilboa in Ohio..We need to get some trips line up, IN,KY divers..where are you?
Thqanks for the offer to dive I have been to Gilboa a few times nice dive in the winter BRRRRRR but well worth the effort and been to Mermet springs a few times first time we went it was a blast the past few times it was very poor viz there but it is a 5 hour drive so you do the dives.
Would love to dive some time or another with you drop me a line and we can arrange it for an weekend soon.
have a good one and chat soon
The deepest spot in the largest of he Great lakes, Lake Superior, is 1,333 ft, or about 222 fathoms. This profound depth could easily contain the entire 1,250' height of New York City's Empire State Building, even with a 50- foot- tall King Kong perched atop.