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Discussion in 'New England' started by dbg40, Apr 16, 2010.

  1. dbg40

    dbg40 Solo Diver

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    Another vacation.

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  2. RIOceanographer

    RIOceanographer Marine Scientist

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    Location: South Kingstown, RI
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    Well, I'm officially jealous!
     
  3. ScubaSarus

    ScubaSarus Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Connecticut
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    He's down there recuperating. His doctor ordered him take those tanks.

    Can't you see the hose leading into the cab?:D
     
  4. dbg40

    dbg40 Solo Diver

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  5. tight rope walker

    tight rope walker Contributor

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    do not forget the Duvall Crawl.

    Too bad Billy Deanes is no longer in business.
     
  6. tight rope walker

    tight rope walker Contributor

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    Hey, You still diving those double hose rigs?
     
  7. dbg40

    dbg40 Solo Diver

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    I still have them! :D Infact, I picked up a sweet RAM a while back that needs to be rebuilt.
     
  8. tight rope walker

    tight rope walker Contributor

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    swwwwwwwwwwwweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet.

    No more quarry?
     
  9. dbg40

    dbg40 Solo Diver

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    Their doing very well as a water park, and have grown like crazy. They threw even threw a little more work my way this year. :)
     
  10. tight rope walker

    tight rope walker Contributor

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    I didn't see you over there last year, as much as I did the year before.

    Good to see you again
     

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