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Adventus silver La Jolla Shores

Discussion in 'Lost, Found and Stolen' started by Myke green, Nov 8, 2018.

  1. Myke green

    Myke green Angel Fish

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    I lost my adventus silver light (rechargeable batt) last night 11/7 in la jolla shores, probably on the shallows near the beach. I think it didnt hook all the way and fell during shore exit maybe in the 5-2 ft depth range. If anyone finds it please let me know thanks :)
     
  2. Sam Miller III

    Sam Miller III Scuba Legend Scuba Legend

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    Mike
    Miller's law of night diving
    Always turn on your light when entering the surf (or from a boat)
    Always have your light turned on when exiting the surf (or into a boat)

    Cheap insurance against loss - if dropped will be shining brightly aiding locating and recovery

    Good luck in recovery

    Sam Miller, 111
     
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  3. Sam Miller III

    Sam Miller III Scuba Legend Scuba Legend

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    I often question if people like @Myke green who lost his light read Millers law of Night diving ?

    If he read the post will he practice Miller's Law of night diving ?

    I suspect sage advice based on not years but many decades of night diving experience is a waste of time

    I also suspect many agree

    Sam Miller, III
     

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