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Sep 18, 2015
Aug 9, 2008
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Northern Puget Sound
visual artist, freelance translator and writer

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Soakedlontra was last seen:
Sep 18, 2015
    1. Bob Evans
      Bob Evans
      Soakedlontra, I fell off a cliff into never never land..and just arrived at the shore. I will be in touch. LOve, Bob
    2. Sealman
      Hello again Soakedlontra, I see that you are also on NW Dive Club forum, I know one or two divers over that way ( Port Townson ) I also am on the NW Dive Club forum. Small World
      VIS here on Ediz Hook not to good as of late--- Lots of rain- as you well know, I cant wait to get back into diving. Going to put my steel twin 77s on and check some old wrecks out and maybe
      find some old bottles and take some pics of some seals--( They like to follow me around sometimes ) I put some older pics of some of my octopus frends on this gallery. Take a look tell me what you and husben think?? Safe Diving
    3. Sealman
      Hello Soakedlontra, I was looking at your pic of the large ( nuda-brank ) nice one. I have them over here also, But not that color, Here there more of a blue-ish on top
      with a white lower half. Anyway Have a nice new year of diving were-ever you are. I am over in the Port Angeles to Port Towensen aire
    4. Soakedlontra
      W e l c o m e ! B e n v e n u t o/a ! :)
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    Northern Puget Sound
    visual artist, freelance translator and writer
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    Dive History:
    Mostly cold water diving. I discovered that I have made a mistake in counting my dives ...now I am up to 426 dives!
    Certification History:
    Certification Level:
    AOW, Nitrox
    # of Logged Dives:
    200 - 499
    Dive Classification:
    New To Diving
    Years Certified:
    Three Years
    Rebreather Experience:
    Born in Northern Italy away from the sea. I was an avid snorkeler when I was a kid thanks to my parents who took me to the coast every summer. I did my first cold water swims in Ireland and Scotland. When I was in India I swam only once, my job was not related to water sports. Eventually I found my way to Washington State, USA, and after few years my husband convinced me to became a scuba diver.
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