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Old 06-13-2008, 12:31 PM   #21
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Does a muff diver count?
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Old 06-15-2008, 04:37 PM   #22
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Both my father and I dive. He was a rescue diver for NYFD. I hope soon to start working on my advanced open water. It's kinda hard living in AZ though, diving lakes is NOT fun!
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I have been certified as an "Open Water" diver since since 1980. Love the emerald cost of northern Florida! Dove Ponce de Leon springs several times. I can't remember the name of the swampy area where the spring was. COLD water as I recall.


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absolutely. As long as you are still breathing you are fine.
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I've lost my mask on a dive but went on another 20 minutes to finish it.... people called me crazy but i had air =] haha
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Old 07-13-2008, 04:58 AM   #25
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The difficult we do immediatly. The impossible takes a little longer.
I like to eat. So I pack weapons. Cave diving is cool if your not clausty.



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I don't understand how anyone can say that they got bored with scuba. There is so much to do and see. This is one sport that I have definitely have found joy in.
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Old 08-07-2008, 07:21 AM   #26
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I've been PADI certified since 1974. I dive 2 or 3 times a year wherever I can.
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Old 08-07-2008, 08:05 AM   #27
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I lived in Hawaii for 6 years and dove quite a bit. It was ok diving. I went to Fiji for three months and dove 2 or 3 times a day. Great diving in Fiji. I am Padi advanced certified. its been a few years since i have gone diving though. I love it.
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I lived in Hawaii for 6 years and dove quite a bit. It was ok diving. I went to Fiji for three months and dove 2 or 3 times a day. Great diving in Fiji. I am Padi advanced certified. its been a few years since i have gone diving though. I love it.
I guess I am just weird. I enjoy the cold diving, low vis. I love the wrecks in the great lakes. I think that beats colorful fish any day.
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i have a padi open water certificate and i was working on my advance certificate i choose to do night, deep, wreck, and photography but when my dad and i were doing our night diving i had a really bad tooth sqeeze at 30 ft and could't eqaulize no matter what i tried i never completed my advance cause of it. but i really wanna get back into its so much fun. love the water.
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i have a padi open water certificate and i was working on my advance certificate i choose to do night, deep, wreck, and photography but when my dad and i were doing our night diving i had a really bad tooth sqeeze at 30 ft and could't eqaulize no matter what i tried i never completed my advance cause of it. but i really wanna get back into its so much fun. love the water.
No time like the present. Things like that will ruin a dive and if you don't look at why you enjoy the sport instead of what just went wrong you could easily fall off. Get back to it. I'm certified with SDI/TDI my specialties I took for my advanced were navigation, deep, night, nitrox, and limited penetration wreck.
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i have scuba dived all over the world. honduras and hawaii 2 of my favorites.
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