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We did it again

Discussion in 'Vintage Equipment Diving' started by Turtleguy9, Jul 9, 2004.

  1. justleesa

    justleesa Neither here nor there ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Vermont + Swimtrunks = Cold to me! lol

    Glad you had a good time :D...just wondering, how cold was it?
     
  2. bryon

    bryon Guest

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    I can't believe it! I'm here at work, Hawaiian shirt on and thinkin' about deep blue...and turtleguy post vintage gear dives in Hawaii. Good on ya - at least someone is out keeping the vintage gear going. Nice twin tank rigs by the way!
     
  3. jamiep3

    jamiep3 Solo Diver

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    Caspian Lake, probably 70 degrees. Being old school, that's not cold for short periods (< 20 minutes). Didn't get deep enough to find thermocline. The lake is 140 feet at it's deepest, but drops off very gradually from the swimiing beach, where I started from.

    I remember when all I had was my USD 1/4" wetsuit. Beavertail top alone for warm water, Top & Pants for cold.
     
  4. Scuba Cowboy

    Scuba Cowboy Dive Charter

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    Turtleguy, those are some awesome pics!! The one of you on the wreck looking at guage, is that a pipefish in front of you? Keep those great shots coming!
     
  5. Turtleguy9

    Turtleguy9 Instructor, Scuba

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    Aloha Cowboy, glad you like the photos, I never seem to get enough fun time, always sem to be tied up with classes, or dive tours.
    The fish is a Trumpetfish, same look, just bigger, Leesa has a cool Pipefish photo, showing two of them together, I will try to get her to post it,as its a nice one.
    Turtleguy
     
  6. justleesa

    justleesa Neither here nor there ScubaBoard Supporter

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    I forgot all about this one....but the photo has been posted for a long time. you can view it here
     

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