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Looking for Triangle Area Dive Buddy

Discussion in 'Bull City Divers' started by PVnRT, Dec 2, 2013.

  1. detsgtdavis

    detsgtdavis Solo Diver

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    Great. If you are in town come out. We always have a good time.

    Sent by using my Infected Nusense Thunderbolt
     
  2. rhlampe

    rhlampe Angel Fish

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    Location: Raleigh, NC
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    How did you get that worked out? I'm still waiting for account approval and hoping no one accidentally blocked me. admin@ncdivers.com doesn't seem to receive email. Is there someone here that is a mod?
     
  3. detsgtdavis

    detsgtdavis Solo Diver

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    Send me a pm

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    Last edited: Dec 19, 2013
  4. dac5621

    dac5621 Solo Diver

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    We have a group of approximately 500 divers on meetup.com Triangle Scuba Group....
    While the activity level is not high for a group of this size, we have made a number of trips and we do enjoy gathering to share dive stories locally. There are a large number of divers who are new to the triangle area in this group, in addition to a core of "long timers".
     
  5. old sarge

    old sarge Angel Fish

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Concord, NC
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    Saw your post and live in Concord. We don't usually get wet until mid May id the quarrys warm up. We do dive at BlueStone in Thomasville some. Nice place, lots to see and only $20.00 per day, they also can fill tanks and rent most all needed. I work P/T and semi retired so I have more time than most of our group. We also do Lake Rawlings VA some and camp out and night dive. Reply if you would be interested in diving with us when water warms up.
    Thanks, Lee
     
  6. PVnRT

    PVnRT Angel Fish

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    Sarge,

    I'd love to come out diving with you all. I live in Durham, but work out east of Raleigh now (just south of FL scuba park, actually). I've really had my eye on Lake Rawlings for awhile now, so that sounds pretty appealing. I tend to dive dry, so the chilly water isn't overly concerning. I'd be interested in joining in just about anything. Haven't been wet in nearly a year (busy), and I've got the itch something fierce.

    Thanks,

    Josh
     

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