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Hello to all. I finally decided to join in on the fun. I have read these boards for awhile now, and I finally decided to join in. I run a web page about diving the Cape Fear Region in Southeastern North Carolina. I am an experienced diver, trained in technical wreck diving. I have been diving since 1986, where I started in quarries in Pa and Va. I began saltwater diving in 1990 here in North Carolina.........and I have not been back into a quarry ever since! The wreck diving here has also turned me into a light historian and researcher. Hopefully this will be real fun for me in the off season.
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Glad you've joined us. Should be mutually rewarding.
A few suggestions I do like to offer every new member. First, it's good to keep your Profile with location and Dive Info with number of dives up to date so other members can address any questions appropriately; edit these as possibly needed from your UserCP above or the Quick Links above.
And don't be shy about posting. Click Forums above, tour the long list of choices, and jump in anywhere you're qualified. PM me with any questions, and I'll try to find a pretty good answer.