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FireInMyBones
Last Activity:
Mar 2, 2019
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Gender:
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Birthday:
February 23
Location:
Greenville, SC
Occupation:
8th Grade Science Teacher

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FireInMyBones

Divemaster, Male, from Greenville, SC

FireInMyBones was last seen:
Mar 2, 2019
    1. bullfroger
      bullfroger
      Love your signature, you are my brother!!!
      Rod
    2. krawlings
      krawlings
      Thank you Jeremy . Tony and me did 3 dives at the ramp to day .he lake was gorges this morning with the fog covering the lake and hiding the dam and will area
    3. DivemasterDennis
      DivemasterDennis
      Good for you, even if I am a PADI guy, I am always welcoming qualified professionals to the diving world. Good luck with school too. Lucky me- I am on the other side of the podium, as an adjunct professor of law and ethics at a local college. Remember, divemaster or instructor, you still need a scubasnob shirt!
    4. DivemasterDennis
      DivemasterDennis
      Congratulations- Now you need a divemaster shirt ( I'm sure SSI has one they will sell you) and a scuba snobs shirt- which you can get at scubasnobs.com!
    5. DivemasterDennis
      DivemasterDennis
      So Fire, when do we drop the word "candidate" from your title?
      DivemasterDennis, scubasnobs.com
    6. NCBusguy
      NCBusguy
      I enjoyed meeting you as well....I go down to Jocassee frequently, maybe we can go diving together some day!
    7. mrsamandatuttle
      mrsamandatuttle
      Thank you for all your guidance today! I really enjoyed my first diving lesson and I hope it's something I can start to do on a regular basis. I have lots and lots of research to do to get started but I wanted to thank you for all the pointers you gave today. Talk to you soon. Stay safe :)
    8. mhp
      mhp
      Hi Fire,
      Likewise, let me know if you visit my area. The Savannah river is just next door and makes a nice dive. Sometimes you find old bottles. Nice diving closer to the coast, too, especially if you like to find shark teeth and other fossils.
    9. TonyW388
      TonyW388
      I really don't think it is sad(ok,maybe it is) but your lungs do start drying out fast! :D I have not been in the water since Feb. 21st. I have been wanting to go really bad. Something about diving relaxes me. Maybe I just like getting narc'd:D?

      I am coaching Tee ball this year and I have a busy two months ahead so I will not be diving for a while:lightbulb:(unless I sneak away for a 1 dive trip on my way home from work.) Plus the wife will not approve of my drysuit:shakehead:, so I will be wet all summer long or until the wetsuit falls apart.:rofl3: So I fell your pain on the no drysuit thing.;)
    10. TonyW388
      TonyW388
      It was really cold outside.:D The high for that day was 40 degrees.

      Have you seen the new blue stain on the deck now?:rofl3:
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    February 23
    Location:
    Greenville, SC
    Occupation:
    8th Grade Science Teacher
    Gender:
    Male
    Blog / MySpace URL:
    http://www.youtube.com/user/fireinmybones86
    Certification Agencies:
    SDI/ TDI, NACD, American Red Cross
    Dive History:
    -Lake Jocassee and Lake Keowee, Pickens, SC
    -Ginnie Springs, High Springs, FL
    -Lake Norman Quarry, NC
    -St. Andrews State Park Jetty, Panama City Beach, FL
    -My favorite dives have been down through the forest in Jocassee. And Off the wall at Kraken Beach. Of course cave diving seems likely to have caught hold too.
    Certification History:
    ARC Lifeguard Instructor Trainer
    ARC Water Safety Instructor Trainer
    ARC Lay Responder Instructor
    ARC Wilderness and Remote First Aid Instructor
    SDI Open Water: 2008
    SDI Deep, Night, Navigation, TDI Nitrox, Advanced: 2009
    SDI Rescue, Master Diver: 2009
    TDI Advanced Nitrox, Decompression Procedures: 2009
    NACD Cavern: 2010

    SDI- Dive Master

    I would also love to take the GUE Fundamentals course when I can afford it.
    Certification Level:
    TDI Advanced Nitrox/ Decompression
    # of Logged Dives:
    100 - 199
    Dive Classification:
    Technical Diver
    Years Certified:
    Six - Ten Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Hog style harness w/ aluminum backplate, Oxycheq extreme single wing (or the Oxycheq doubles wing depending), HOG Regs DIN (x2), Liquivision Xen, Henderson Thermoprene 3mm wetsuit with pocket, Scubapro Jet Fins, Double Al 80s 40cu in pony/deco bottle.
    Add on's: Light Monkey 12W LED canister light, Light Monkey 3C Rat, Sea Snips, z-knife, a cooler full of water and snacks for Surface Intervals.
    Need to buy: Double 130s or 85s, another back-up light, a back-up computer/ depth gauge, one more Aluminum 40 deco bottle and a custom drysuit
    Christian, Husband, Outdoor Adventure Enthusiast, Science Teacher, and Lover of Life. Simul justus et peccator

    Signature

    -Jeremy, Owner of Bonefire¬ô Gear "for the flexible minimalist."

    "If anyone speaks, he should do it as one speaking the very words of God. If anyone serves, he should do it with the strength God provides, so that in all things God may be praised through Jesus Christ. To him be the glory and the power for ever and ever. Amen." 1 Peter 4:11
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