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    Hello and thank you

    Greetings to all. I have been a lurker for a while and have really enjoyed/found useful the information on this site. I am not good about logging dives but I am somewhere around 200 with a great many of the last 80 or so being solo off the Scituate, MA coast hunting for lobster and other goodies at about 30'. I just got a great dry suit off of e-bay and am looking forward to expanding my dive window beyond the warm months - I just hope the lobster and flounder are around in the winter.

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    Welcome to the board.
    "Without courage, all other virtues lose their meaning."
    - Winston Churchill

    If you want to talk
    Click here ----->PM to Murph

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    Welcome To Scubaboard!
    Just wanted to say Hello...

    You have come to the right place (Scubaboard) to get your answers to all your diving questions.

    Is the Hawkeye ready to have some Fun ~now that your on the board?

    Happy New Year and Safe ,Great Diving in 2006!

    Cheers
    It's better to burn out~than fade away...

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    Welcome to SB Hawkeye! Lobbys and flounder at 30' is fun diving! Good luck with the new drysuit

    Rap

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    Hi there and Welcome to SB.com!

    Looks like you signed up last summer. Good to see you posting...

    Glad to have you with us. PM me if I can help around here...

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    Testing is safer...


    Great news for vacation divers who cannot talk themselves into buying a personal CO tank tester!

    >> Rent one for a week or longer here <<

    Yeah it's just the air we breath - at depth!


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