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I'm a Monterey diver who's here for a few days (visiting my brother and his family). I brought all my gear (drysuit included) except for tank and weights. Anyone want to go diving with me this week (Wed-Sat)?
Fantastic diving today with TheWetRookie at Whyte Cliff park in Vancouver. Nice calm water entry in sheltered cove, then a short swim to the wall. Blurry in top 30' then opened up to 50' viz. Abundant starfish, rockfish, plumose (we call them metridium down in Monterey).
New sightings for me include rhinoceros crab, flounder, buffalo sculpin, and the lovely cloud sponges starting at 80'. To me they are like giant wavy glass vases holding surprise bouquets of shrimp or small fish. The pièce de resistance, making an appearance near the end of the second dive, was the GPO in a crevasse at 100'. A great way to end a great day of diving. Thanks to TheWetRookie for diving with me!