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rhwestfall
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Location:
"La Grande Ile"
Occupation:
Town Engineer (Civil Engineer)

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rhwestfall

Solo Diver, Male, 52, from "La Grande Ile"

Sampling good Bourbons while the ice melts... Jan 17, 2016

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    1. rhwestfall
      rhwestfall
      Thanks bud! Doc said the arthritis was pretty bad (think I originally did it in about 23 years ago). Things seem to have gone well, and I am out of the sling already and very patiently getting some limited movement. Yep, ice has been my friend. Trying (successfully) to not do meds - maybe one dose a day. Just ice, ice & ice. Thanks again!

      Bob
    2. j yaeger
      j yaeger
      how goes the battle against un co operating shoulder joints????????
      cold water treatment
      have your wife equip you,then soak in cold water!!!!!!!
      keep the faith
      spring is here!
      yaeg
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jan 13, 1967 (Age: 52)
    Location:
    "La Grande Ile"
    Occupation:
    Town Engineer (Civil Engineer)
    Gender:
    Male
    eBay User Name:
    why should I tell you?
    Certification Agencies:
    YMCA, PDIC, NAUI, SDI/TDI, PADI
    Dive History:
    Lake Huron (Tobermory), Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, the Mighty Niagara River & the St. Lawrence, and a couple lakes, ponds & quarries are my home waters. The only times I got to get away from home to that funny tasting warm water include: San Salvador, Bahamas (1989), Bonaire (1996), Negril, Jamaica (2015), Key Largo, Florida (2017), and Curacao (2x in 2018).
    Certification History:
    Proud to hold a YMCA certification!!!!!

    Scuba Diver - Open Water: YMCA - May 1988
    Advanced Open Water: PDIC - August, 1996
    EANx Diver: NAUI - January, 2012
    Scuba Rescue Diver: NAUI - June, 2012
    Master Scuba Diver: NAUI - September 2013
    Technical EANx Diver: NAUI - May 2016
    Decompression Techniques Diver: NAUI - May 2016
    Ice Diver: SDI - March 2017
    Visual Inspection Procedures: SDI - June 2017
    Air Fill Station Operator: SDI - June 2017
    Technical Gas Blender: PADI - October 2017
    Solo Diver - SDI - October 2017
    O2 Service Technician - TDI - November 2017
    CPROX Administrator - SDI/TDI - March 2018
    Project AWARE - Dive Against Debris - PADI - April 2018
    EDGE/HOG Equipment Service Clinic: TDI - April 2019
    Deep Six Equipment Service Clinic: TDI - April 2019
    Helitrox Diver: NAUI - in process 2015.....
    Certification Level:
    NAUI - Master Diver, Technical EANx & Decompression Techniques & SDI Solo Diver
    # of Logged Dives:
    200 - 499
    Dive Classification:
    Just An "Average" Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    OC - always expanding....numerous double hose regs (USD - RAM/Cyclone/HPR, DA/Cyclone/HPR & DA/Phoenix/HPR, and a Kraken DH), a bunch of vintage ScubaPro and a few others single hose stuff, and, a bunch of "modern" recreational & technical gear.....
    Diving Rebreathers Since:
    never.....
    Proud to hold a YMCA certification!

    Love diving my Kraken DH.

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    Bob
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    getting GOT a Kraken !!!!