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Jul 29, 2008
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Leftcoast of Canada
Physical Rehab Assistant

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DaleC was last seen:
Feb 24, 2021
    1. Slamfire
      Dale, clean you inbox. My pm's to you are bouncing back because you're over your quota.
    2. Corona1986
      Hey my plecos are dyeing and my cory catfish are dying to but all the other fish are great I do a water change every 2 weeks and vacume the bottom usually 10 gallons every 2 weeks of water change. I got a big water test kit and checked it and all looks great.
    3. tkdgodess
      Dale, nice putting a face to the name today. Glad we had a chance to meet. p.s. another instructor from Langley found the other missing weight pocket..... Now if the weather would cooperate and be NORMAL vancouver weather..... brrrrr!
      1. Need diver will pay
        Need diver will pay
        recovery for reward in abbotsford? pls anyone?
        Aug 2, 2020
    4. mustang_5l
      Always knew you where a "stroker"!
    5. sschlesi
      Hey Dale,

      I think I liked your old avatar better, but I guess the airlines were on to you. ;)
    6. sschlesi
      Hey Dale,

      I like your new Avatar, but you should know the airlines don't like when you take the life vest home with you. ;)
    7. DCBC
      Welcome to the Canadian Social Group Dale. I just wanted to say that I love your sense of humor! A slurpy straw if there's a surface swim. LOL
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    Leftcoast of Canada
    Physical Rehab Assistant
    Certification Agencies:
    State hospital for the criminally insane
    Dive History:
    So far, so good.
    Certification History:
    I was certified but then I got better. The medication helps.
    Certification Level:
    Mostly harmless
    # of Logged Dives:
    500 - 999
    Dive Classification:
    Just An "Average" Diver
    Dive Equipment:
    Plastic bag full of air and a pocket full o rocks. Sometimes a slurpy straw if there's a surface swim.
    Rebreather Experience:
    Still waiting for A&E to contact me.


    If no one reinvented the wheel we'd still be driving around on stone wheels.

    My personal website: http://www.manfish.ca/
    Fraser Valley Scuba Club: http://www.fvscuba.org/
    Cultus Lake Project: http://thecultuslakeproject.weebly.com/