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    Another Newbie

    I just found this website and joined. I am a new diver and it's great to have all this information at your fingertips.

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    Big Grin Howdy Sooner1!

    And welcome to SB! Put us in your Favorites, and check in often...

    You can test the tanks you breathe or - dive on hope.
    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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    Welcome Sooner1

    [B]Welcome to the board and the vast amount of knowledge it has. With all the new Texans You'll have to import water to dive.LOL

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    Just thought I would start here to see what scuba board was all about and to say hello
    Art Teachers are Primarily Colorful People :new_smili

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    Dive in, this is a great place to learn


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    Welcome to the board!
    Dive safe!

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