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Nov 18, 2007
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Nov 30, 1968 (Age: 52)
Geneva Indiana
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Divemaster Candidate, Male, 52, from Geneva Indiana

CamG was last seen:
Apr 20, 2018
    1. Superhuman Unknown
      Superhuman Unknown

      Well, what would you like to know specifically?

      - Dakota.
    2. MSDT Mark
      MSDT Mark
      No pix on scubabord any more?
    3. Erin.
      Welcome to Drive 2 Dive!
    4. Medicdiver0125
      I met you at gilboa quarry during the whites demo. Just wondering if you were going out on brunos boat this weekend. My buddy and self are suppost to go on Sunday but we are the only two. So might go on sat. Just thought I would ask.
    5. stpstomp
      i dive alot at white star. im from elmore ohio i want to start going to gilboa more this year.
    6. Meister481
      Good luck with you Cavern class. If you need a buddy let me know, I'm heading down there quite often.
    7. Carl_Fallon
      Hey Cam... Good to hear from you. I just wrote a quick reply to your post on the thread about the video i took at East Timor. Cheers for the comments.

      If you / or your mates need any info or help with anything please feel free to ask. My full contact details are in me signature on all my posts.

      Cheers, and look forward to going diving with you in Sydney one day maybe??
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  • About

    Nov 30, 1968 (Age: 52)
    Geneva Indiana
    Warehouse / Delivery
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    Certification Agencies:
    Padi, SDI/TDI NACD
    Dive History:
    North Florida Springs and Great Lakes here in the US. I have been to Playa del Carmon Mx, Cozumel Mx these were the catalysts that provoked my continued interest in diving! Since then every open weekend has been dive training and building my gear collection. I have met some incredible people in the dive community, and I have made some life-long dive buddies!
    Certification History:
    From OW to Full Cave, Tri MIx
    Certification Level:
    NACD Full Cave / PADI DMC / TriMIx
    # of Logged Dives:
    500 - 999
    Dive Classification:
    Technical Diver
    Years Certified:
    Six - Ten Years
    Dive Equipment:
    I use Oceanic regs, FDX 10 first stage, Delta 4 with a Alpha 8 octo. Pro Plus 2 comp. DiveRite transpac BCD, Tunsa / Atomic masks and snorkel. Pinnacle elastiporene 7 mill, 5/3 hooded vest, carbon flex gloves, ScubaPro tein jet fins. My tech rig; DiveRite SSBP deluxe harness with Rec wing , steel 95's w/Thermo manifold, twin Apeks XTX50's din dir configeration, DiveRite blade fins, Bare Trilam Dry suit, Wetzel custom canister light . My tech gear is still in the growth stage while I am diving and gaining experience adding as I progress! Doubles are truly awesome!!!!!
    SMS 100 / Nomad BC SM Faber LP 85's / LP 95's
    Bare Trilam Tech Dry front zip
    I am a big fan of Light Monkey lights I have used 12 watt LED, 35 watt HID, looking forward the the 21 watt LED light to come out!
    Currently dive Jet fins.
    I also use HOG regs on my SM rig!
    My journey into the diving world began as a kid in front of the T.V. watching Cousteau. I had all but given up on my dream of underwater exploration, then a good friend of mine convinced me to go for it! My wife and I booked a diving trip to Mexico! I was not prepared for the experience at all, openwater dive #1 and I was consumed! 60 dives latter I am still like the kid infront of the TV. Every dive for training or just for pleasure is a awesome experience! I also enjoy passing on my love of diving to those just begining. There is a great reward watching new divers progress and evolve. Diving has changed my life!
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