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Max Bottom Time has dedicated his time, energy and photographic expertice to publish a monumental guide book for Palos Verde area. This book is long over due and will become a collector classic in a short time.
It is noted in the "Book and Media Reviews" section of this board only four comments were listed; the first one is mine.
It is past time that all the Kalifornia section get behind Max and post comments for the world to read.
It is strongly suggested that each and every one who reads this post go to:
**** "Book and Media Reviews" **** Link: Diving The Palos Verdes Peninsula
and post something wonderful about his book (or Max)which is listed as
**** "Diving The Palos Verdes Peninsula" ****
Has Max paid me for this?-- No!
Has Nax suggested that I post this?-- No!
Do I know Max?-- No!
Do I want to meet Max? --No!
Will I Purchase the book -- No! (I live in CenCal)
SO GET OFF THIS THREAD AND POST ABOUT MAX & HIS BOOK!
Last edited by sam miller; May 24th, 2012 at 05:24 PM.
"SO GET OFF THIS TREAD AND POST ABOUT MAX & HIS BOOK!" and.....Get off this thread, make some plans and go dive Palos Verdes, see for yourselfs (if you don't already know) why the content Phil selected was worthy of wrapping up in his quality book!
Yea I know!!! No more wind!! Sunday and Monday's conditions are looking way sweet in Palos Verdes. No matter how we do it, shore or boat, I wanna warn you, when you fall in love with PV, you can't blame me, you can blame Maxbottomtime!
But, Sam... this assumes I would want to leave the calm conditions and generally better visibility of Catalina to (shudder) dive mainland sites! Tee hee... just kidding. I haven't seen it yet, but everyone who has commented on it says Phil (and Merry) did a fantastic job with this book.