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May 9, 2011
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Nov 8, 1963 (Age: 57)
9 year US Navy vet, retired EMT, currently Postal.

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Instructor, Scuba, 57, from Cambridge WISCONSIN

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May 9, 2011
    1. Brown Mermaid
      Brown Mermaid
      Hey Bill! I just logged back into the ScubaBoard and noticed you answered me the day I wrote you.Dont let my profile fool you.I dive locally.Pearl Lake is a bit of a ride for me being a southsider of Chicago but I've been there.I dive @Haigh,when I get a chance.The weather being not so agreeable this year has dampened my spirit--I am tired of being cold.I also have gone to Ohio (White Star&Portage Quarry)and dove, making plans to go to Mermet Springs in September.Forget Lake Michigan,I get seasick just looking at the boat you have to board to do those dives but my dive buddy will do them.Bought a brand new 7mm Mares trilastic(i think semi-dry)wet suit last year at the end of the season for diving up here at a fantastic price, I gotta break it in, so you can't judge a diver by its profile :-)Will be on the Nekton in a couple of weeks for a well deserved dive trip I've been planning with my friends for a year.Hit me back when you get a chance. My email address is scubagal_2hotmail.com.
    2. Brown Mermaid
      Brown Mermaid
      Hey there!
      I see you came by my profile so I took a gander at yours and see you are online. How's it goin in Wisconsin? Chicago is rain, rain, rain...it sucks
    3. bill-da-ho
      Hey Bill
      You dive with a wet suit or dry suit most of the time?
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  • About

    Nov 8, 1963 (Age: 57)
    Cambridge WISCONSIN
    9 year US Navy vet, retired EMT, currently Postal.
    Certification Agencies:
    PADI, HSA(Handicapped Scuba Association)
    Dive History:
    San Diego area, Puget Sound, Bay of Islands and M Lermontov-New Zealand, Lakes Michigan and Superior, Cooper River (SC) and numerous mudpits in between. Under the ice too. Taking photos, recovering a truck/boat and plenty of anchors. Hopefully boaters NEVER take knot tying lessons. :)
    Certification History:
    OW-YMCA San Diego 1988 Thanks Rich S
    AOW-IDEA SanDiego 1989 Mark K, thank you
    Rescue- PADI San Diego 1990 Robert B, great fun!
    DM- PADI San Diego 1990 Bob-thanks, AGAIN :)
    OWSI- PADI Baraboo WI 1992 3LD
    MSDT-PADI 2002
    Spec-Ice, Deep, Dry....blah, blah
    My favorite- HSA Instruct 2008 Deb D, U ROCK!
    Certification Level:
    PADI MSDT and HSA Instructor
    # of Logged Dives:
    500 - 999
    Dive Classification:
    Instructor / Assistant Instructor / Dive Master / Dive Con
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    let's see..a breathy thingy, goggles and flippers, what more does one need? lol
    Rebreather Experience:
    I was born a yooper...:)


    Bill K
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