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Discussion in 'Introductions & Greets' started by Scuba Leon, Nov 16, 2004.

  1. Scuba Leon

    Scuba Leon Instructor, Scuba

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Netherlands
    Hello to you all!
    Since my last introduction started a nice discussion, someone opted me to introduce myself properly so that the thread won't be moved this time!

    Greetings to you all,
    my name is Leon and I'm new to Scubaboard! I finally found a topic where people really post and where I can find wide variety of threads.
    I'm currently living in the Netherlands 9that nice little country next to Germany) but I will be working in the Dom.Rep. as from december.

    That's it for now. Happy posting and hope to speak to you some time!

    scuba Leon :bfish:
  2. Matt the Aquaman

    Matt the Aquaman Contributor

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Woodbury, MN
    Hi there Leon,
    Welcome to Scuba Board - the greatest online place, the fastest growing, and the nicest! You can meet a lot of helpful people here and itÂ’s an awesome place to get answers about scuba diving. If you ever want to chat feel free to PM me. Take care and safe diving from Matt. :thumb:

    Click here to greet a new member!
    No experience needed and it feels great!
  3. headhunter

    headhunter Renaissance Diver ScubaBoard Supporter

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: So Cal (Altadena)
    Welcome to ScubaBoard! :happywave

    Dive safe!


    P.S. Due to the high volume of new posts in the Introductions and Greets forum, it's not always possible to keep up with all the new posts here. So, please help me out and send me a PM if you post anything you want me to read or respond to in this forum.
    :palmtree: :sunny
  4. scubajoe

    scubajoe Instructor, Scuba

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Borger, Texas
    Welcome to the board!

  5. DandyDon

    DandyDon Old men ought to be explorers ScubaBoard Supporter

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: One kilometer high on the Texas Central Plains

    And welcome to SB - the biggest, the best, the fastest growing, and :D the friendliest!
    If you'll simply click ScubaBoard.com above, you'll be taken to our long list of forums, a wealth of information and resources. My favorite is at the bottom: Singles Dive Club.

    It would help in future diving discussions if you'd complete your Profile with location. You can use the Quick Links above to reach those easily. Sizing a photo for your profile or Avatar can be a challenge; I'm a fumbling amateur, but I get the job done, if you'd like any help?

    PM me if I can help you learn your way around; that is - click my username to the upper left, then follow the prompts to send me a "Personal Message." :thumb:

    :cowboy: don
  6. Kayla

    Kayla Contributor

    # of Dives: I'm a Fish!
    Location: Washington (State!)
    Hi there and welcome to ScubaBoard!
  7. Nomaster

    Nomaster Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Moses Lake, WA
    WELCOME to ScubaBoard!!!!
    Happy to see that you chose to reposit your introduction.
    It's good to have you here.

    I need inspiration to revise my stock message. Maybe if I read over may last couple hundred welcoming messages. Hmm. Maybe.
    This is a great place to meet people, talk about diving, and get information on just about any aspect of diving -or other subjects sometimes- that you can think of. Roaming through the forums is great help for me.
    Now get wet with us and dive into the forums to ask questions, answer those that you can and even chat with folks about diving dreams and nightmares. ScubaBoard is a great place to spend your required Surface Intervals.
    When you post a question, be as sure as you can that it's in the right forum or you'll probably find it moved.
    The folks here are passionate about their diving, some about their specialty, so the reading can get very interesting, sometimes very hot.
    Don't forget, if you haven't already done it, to fill out you profile as completely as reasonable, it'll save you being asked and having to repeat the information often.


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