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H2Ocean was last seen:
Nov 6, 2015
    1. H2Ocean
      Eileen, Hi nothing like getting back to you months later. Like you I'm diving too much to check the scubaboards lately. When they changed I haven't been back. Hmmm nice to meet you, I got your number I'll call it soon. Today is the 30th of May, we went out today to some pretty rough water. Saturday more rough.
    2. Selchie in LB
      Selchie in LB
      Hey H2Ocean, I just received your message. That would be great to connect. I am to late for your suggestion on the boat dive if that is tomorrow. But other shore dives would be great. I am good for shore dives! I am starting rescue diver on Monday. So I'll have to keep you posted in my schedule. I am pretty sure the rescue dives will be next Saturday Feb 12 and the pool dives Wed or Thurs night. Also, if you want, we could text since I haven't been as good about checking scubaboard recently. Really it is about the diving! 562-607-4833 just let me know it's you if/when you text.

      Thanks for getting in touch with me. BTW my name is Eileen
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    Los Angeles.
    Co Founder, Developer, CEO http://hardcorediveteam
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    Dive History:
    tropical, subtropical, temperate, and high altitude fresh water. taking in the sights, logging hours, environmental cleanups. watching the ocean change.
    Certification History:
    open water, advanced and after 150 dives and diving extreme remote areas rescue dive cert.
    Certification Level:
    rescue dive master in training
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    New To Diving
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
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    home designed and repaired.
    Rebreather Experience:
    California shore diving at its best all year round. Boat diving southern California is bad ass as well. Complainers "please" don't respond to any of my post here on SB, thank you. If you have the need to whine about something, go to www.hardcorediveteam.com and look for the Bent Diver page to log your complaint. I'll have that department look into it.
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