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Aigtbootbp
Last Activity:
Apr 23, 2018
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Location:
Bradenton, Fl.
Occupation:
Work for the USPS

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Aigtbootbp

Solo Diver, from Bradenton, Fl.

Aigtbootbp was last seen:
Apr 23, 2018
    1. Aigtbootbp
      Aigtbootbp
      Arnold, do you do much diving around here?
    2. robooringding
      robooringding
      Where ya at in MO., I'm in St. Louis?
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    Location:
    Bradenton, Fl.
    Occupation:
    Work for the USPS
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    PADI
    Dive History:
    AOW Mar10, Nitrox Feb11
    Over 50 dives now but I really don't keep track.
    Luckily most have been in the crystal blue waters of CZM
    Now i can add Oahu to the list.
    Grand Cayman, Florida Keys even a few in the gulf just a few miles from here.
    Certification History:
    WOOHOO!! AOW
    And now Nitrox
    Certification Level:
    AOW/Nitrox
    # of Logged Dives:
    50 - 99
    Dive Classification:
    Vacation Diver
    Years Certified:
    Six - Ten Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Few old tanks including a really kewl set of retro 53CuFt doubles. Zeagle regs and stilleto BCD, sherwood octo. Nothing else worth mentioning.
    Huge honking dive knife. (only wore it once but damn, it looks good!)
    Jan2011, a bunch of stuff, some good, some not so good but more than enough to make my dives fun and interesting.
    Setting up a modern/retro rig w/double, horse collar etc. It is the most comfy and streamlined outfit, it swims great and bouyancy is perfect.
    By this time next year I will have added my sailboat set up for diving.
    Been diving a couple of years now. Still somewhat new but a bit experienced and looking for new experiences diving.
    Amazing how life changes but the diving goes on.

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    [countdown=4/08/2012 10:00 AM]Count down:[/countdown]until touchdown in Cancun, again...