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sunday april 22 2012

Discussion in 'Gulf Coast Diving Society' started by Jilliie go deep, Apr 20, 2012.

  1. Jilliie go deep

    Jilliie go deep Guest

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    HEY EVERYONE, WERE PLANNING A DIVE @ ST.ANDREWS SUNDAY MORNING....
    HIGH TIDE IS @ NOON AND WERE WANTING TO GET A DIVE IN RIGHT BEFORE.
    THINKING A 2 TANK DIVE AND PROBABLY A BEER AND BURGER OFF GAS

    MY # IS 251-423-4058 IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED

    :cool2: JILLIAN
     
  2. BearGrizzle

    BearGrizzle Angel Fish

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    Dang! Wish i could go this weekend! Conditions were good last week. Lots o sun and pretty clear water. Ya'll have a good one. MMMMM Beer and Burger off gas.
     
  3. Tessunderwater

    Tessunderwater Solo Diver

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    I would but I'm working tomorrow :-( I will definitely look you up the next time i'm available.
     
  4. DocCarl

    DocCarl Barracuda

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    I may be able to head that way tomorrow.

    What are your plans for next weekend? You guys doing Spring Fest?


    Carl

    ---------- Post added April 22nd, 2012 at 08:12 PM ----------

    Had a great time today. Visibility was a bit on the low side due to the rain from yesterday: 10'-15' on both dives. We had some fairly kickin' current about 2 hours after high tide, which made rock crawling to the north end tons of fun!

    It was good to see everyone out there today. Looking forward to doing it again soon!



    Carl
     

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