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NC wreck trip - July 2010

Discussion in 'North Carolina' started by robint, May 10, 2010.

  1. Mike Campbell

    Mike Campbell Captain

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    Andy I agree they ARE like dogs....however when that poodle from down the street is 16 feet long and weighs 3500 pounds I am going to stay on my top deck 'till I see if she's wagging her tail!!!

    We were all sittin' on the bow the other night talking about how much more exciting it is to be the divemaster and break the anchor by yourself 30 miles out in the Atlantic...we came up with several of our more interesting ways of making it "less" exciting.....like the stare at depth gauge and become invisibile ascent method....
    Mike
     
  2. RAD Diver

    RAD Diver Solo Diver

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    Pulling the anchor at night & from a depth that requires Deco, is always fun, being trawled behind the boat like bait.

    But if you can't see them, they aren't really there, right.
     
  3. Wil

    Wil Captain

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    Bobby,
    You know...if we attach a chem light and dye marker you'll really take on the fishing lure look. Probably get a better chance to check out the sharks, AND (the best part) be the ideal subject for Andy's new shark series video production.

    Wil
     
  4. Drewski

    Drewski Instructor, Scuba

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    You are about to see some SPECTACULAR shark video... I promise!!! :D
     
  5. vyperman

    vyperman Instructor, Scuba

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    Better visit your mom!
     
  6. Mike Campbell

    Mike Campbell Captain

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    I played dive guide yesterday on the uboat and the Spar. The water is excellent. Lots of fishes.....
    Mike
     
  7. keithdiver

    keithdiver Loggerhead Turtle

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    Thanks for sharing. we dove with tortuga this year in May. We went out every day 6days:shocked2:Great viz and temps.
     
  8. robint

    robint Orca

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    thanks Mike! We are both really excited about the trip. :D Fingers crossed for good weather!

    robin:D
     

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