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OneRestlessNative
Last Activity:
Jul 14, 2021
Joined:
Jul 14, 2009
Messages:
269
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Media:
10
Gender:
Male
Location:
East Coast Central Florida

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OneRestlessNative

Solo Diver, Male, from East Coast Central Florida

OneRestlessNative was last seen:
Jul 14, 2021
    1. Jendra
      Jendra
      I will be in Florida diving next week if you are around and want to get wet!?!?!?
    2. Shcubasteve
      Shcubasteve
      Sorry for the late responce. No Prob. on the vis reports- we'll keep 'em coming! Tho I have to say that the latest one (yesterday) was a bit optimistic... Bathtub and Peck's lake south of St. Lucie Inlet was clear, but north through Ft. Pierce was still a bit murky.

      Steve Wood
    3. Jendra
      Jendra
      How are things?? I am looking to come to Florida to dive this summer.. Maybe even to the Invade the Keys (June 18-21) Let me know if you will want to do some diving!?!?!

      I was just in FL over the Christmas holiday but I didn't do any diving while I was there... I should have sent you a message...
    4. Jendra
      Jendra
      Thanks for hauling the tanks to Ft L. For me. Once I get home, I can send you the copies of the pictures.

      Glad you were able to do your first night dive!!
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    East Coast Central Florida
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    PADI
    Dive History:
    Primarily East Coast of Florida and south to the Keys. Boats and beach dives for learning, fun, food, and adventure.
    Certification History:
    Does being halfway to the old salty badge mean anything?
    Certification Level:
    AOW/Nitrox
    # of Logged Dives:
    100 - 199
    Dive Classification:
    Just An "Average" Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Trying to make the most of this life on a sandbar.
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