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HBDiveGirl

DIR Practitioner, from Underwater SoCal. There's no place I'd rather be

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  • About

    Home Page:
    http://www.divematrix.com
    Location:
    Underwater SoCal. There's no place I'd rather be
    Gender:
    Female
    Certification Agencies:
    GUE (Fundies, RecTriOx), NACD (Cavern, Reef Check Survey Diver), PADI (Rescue, EANx)
    Dive History:
    228 dives in past 12 months. 2,000+ total. GUE/F, GUE/RecTriOx. NACD-Cavern. Rescue, EANx, NAUI California ReefCheck. Thrilled to go diving, everytime. Giant kelp forests are my favorite U/W habitat. Rocky reefs and wrecks with nudibranchs are great. Canyon walls are cool. Crazy about Gorgonia thickets. Can't get enough of boulders with eels, lobsters, and sleeping sharks. Cozumel cavern was amazing. Are we diving yet??
    Certification Level:
    Fun, strong, skilled, appreciative.
    # of Logged Dives:
    1,000 - 2,499
    Dive Classification:
    Technical Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Black, heavy, Li-Ion batteries, WetNotes (arbiter of THE funny), BlueGlovesOfBliss, ISOF (Internal Sense Of Fun). X-Scooter.
    Dives. A lot. Local and west coast, from San Diego to Seattle...and beyond.

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    "...during approximately 900 trimix dives conducted over the past 18 or 19 years, I have found the most effective ascent speed to be a variable...run deep in the water column, walk through the mid section, crawl when shallow." --Doppler.

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