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Discovery Channel's Shark Week August 12, 2012

Discussion in 'Slippery When Wet Divers' started by PUDDLZ, Aug 4, 2012.


    PUDDLZ Registered

    Sunday, August 12, 2012
    8:00 AM

    La Jolla Shores Beach (Kellogg Park)
    La Jolla Shores
    Camino Del Oro and Vallecitos

    Discovery Channel’s Shark Week with a beach BBQ and snorkel tour of the worlds largest school of Leopard Sharks at La Jolla Shores in San Diego...a family friendly beach and grassy park. Snorkel tours are at 12noon and 4pm.
    Here is how the day will go.

    We will dive the La Jolla sub marine canyon in the morning around 8AM and then join up with sharkchums.org at noon to snorkel with leopard sharks.

    No banners or group advertisement's are permitted so look for a group of 3 maybe more E-Z up's & a group of people with Slippery When Wet Divers shirts on to identify our group & be prepared for a fun filled day

    If you plan on going RSVP here and with shark chums so they have an accurate count of who is going. The event was sent out via facebook here is the link Shark Chums Annual Leopard Shark Beach Party | Facebook

    I talked to organizer from Sharkchums.org (Michael Kazma) yesterday and he said he was bringing the food but I think we should all pitch in a bring a side dish,so with that said lets do a pot luck.

    Post up what you will be bringing in the comment section.
    Also be sure to bring lawn chairs to.

    Sharkchums.org Annual Leopard Shark Beach Party - Slippery When Wet (aka Scuba Diving in Orange County) (Capistrano Beach, CA) - Meetup
  2. drbill

    drbill The Lorax for the Kelp Forest Scuba Legend

    # of Dives: 2,500 - 4,999
    Location: Santa Catalina Island, CA
    "Shark Week" is one reason I don't have TV. Unfortunately there are many others (TV has become a vast wasteland akin to the National Enquirer, although I do miss things like The History Channel and movie channels... but then I do have Netflix).
  3. tracydr

    tracydr Divemaster

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: North Carolina, 3 miles from South Carolina
    We don't have TV either. Just Netflix. Even my parents think we're weird for getting rid of the cable.:dork2:

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