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I'm a pharmeceutical researcher. I've done lots of freshwater diving in NC and FL. I became addicted to beach diving while living in South Florida, so I go there to dive while on business trips every chance I get. PADI OWSI #193906
Diving Medicine, Exploring wrecks and reefs as often as possible, trying to grow some gills...
Husband/Dad/Pharmacist/Researcher/Medical Writer/Consultant. El salchichon de zambuille
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Love to dive anywhere that there's water. (Reefs, wrecks, caverns, springs, rivers, good viz or bad, shallow or deep, you get the picture.) Deepest was 118 fsw (Spiegel), doing mainly shore dives in S.FL right now till the quarries warm up.
Badges? We don't need no stinkin' badges!
# of Logged Dives:
200 - 499
Six - Ten Years
Drysuit, BP/W, Jets/Turtles (Okay, it looks DIR, but I'm looking for pink webbing... I'm secure in my masculinity!)
Well, boys, I reckon this is it. Nookular combat, toe-to-toe with the Rooskies...