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Just indroducing myself

Discussion in 'Introductions and Greets' started by EHill, Sep 22, 2004.

  1. EHill

    EHill Instructor, Scuba

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    Just stopped in to say hi. Great looking at the photos and listening to everyone talk about diving. I haven't been in the water for a few months as the Tigris is pretty nasty.
    Should be heading home soon so I can get back to teaching.
    EH
     
  2. Scott Riemer

    Scott Riemer Loggerhead Turtle

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    Hello EHill and welcome to Scubaboard. Come home soon! Hate to hear about a diver who can't really go diving. At least you've found the next best thing, Scubaboarding.
     
  3. medic13

    medic13 Public Safety Diver

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  4. Matt the Aquaman

    Matt the Aquaman Great White

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    :thumb: Hi EHill, my name is Matt. I would like to welcome you to Scuba Board! ItÂ’s a great place for people that appreciate scuba diving. Cheers! :cheers:
     
  5. baitedstorm

    baitedstorm Instructor, Scuba

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    Heya EH and welcome to the Board! This is the best place to hang out when you can't dive, at least it cruves the withdraw symptons a bit. :D

    Best wishes, get wet
    Vickie
     
  6. DandyDon

    DandyDon Old men ought to be explorers ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Howdy!

    And welcome to SB - the biggest, the best, the fastest growing, and :D the friendliest!

    Man - so close to the Red Sea, and no diving. I wouldn't want to go in the Tigris without a full Haz-Mat dry suit and hardhat!

    PM me if I can help you learn your way around.

    don :snorkel:
     
  7. Kayla

    Kayla Great White

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    Hi there and welcome to ScubaBoard! If you have any questions or problems... or you just want to chat, PM me!
     
  8. kmac

    kmac Solo Diver

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    Know exactly what you mean... I got that vacation courtesy of G. senior the first time around. :11:

    Just from the mention I can almost smell it again!

    Keep your head down don't eat anything you can't pronounce...

    :angel_2:
     
  9. jokeborn

    jokeborn Instructor, Scuba

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    Location: Now in Kentucky, ready to get wet
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    Hello, another soldier in diving. I'm new to the craft. I'm stationed in recruiting in Florida right now (I know, rough duty). I did most of my out of recruiting time with the 82nd at Bragg.
     
  10. headhunter

    headhunter Renaissance Diver ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Welcome to ScubaBoard! :happywave

    Come home safe, so that you can get some "clean water" diving done!

    Dive safe!

    Christian

    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 repsond to in this forum.
    :palmtree: :sunny
     

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