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Ojai Diver
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Ojai Diver

Barracuda, from Southern California

Ojai Diver was last seen:
Jan 22, 2020 at 11:29 AM
    1. Sam Miller III
      Sam Miller III
      Ojai ?

      I live in Pismo Beach...ever come up this way ? If so we should get together for a chat .

      I assume you are a male ? and not a female ???

      1. Ojai Diver
        Ojai Diver

        I just saw this. I grew up in Ojai, hence the name.

        Yes, I am a male. Seldom get up to Pismo Beach, though my wife and I did our honeymoon in Morro Bay.

        I enjoy your posts about the halcyon days of diving.


        Mar 13, 2018
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    Southern California
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    # of Logged Dives:
    100 - 199


    "For two days, the ship pounded as it pitched, and rolled forty; you looked out the sides in a trough, and it looked as if you were underwater. There was a great crack in the superstructure in front of the house. Containers were lost over the side. Others were stood up against each other like swords when a marine gets married. One that broke open--shoes fell out of it for the rest of the voyage. On other ships, I have seen seamen fall on their knees and pray, they were so afraid."

    -Vernon McLaughlin, as quoted in John McPhee's Looking for A Ship