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Old 03-02-2005, 04:58 AM   #1
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SCUBA anyone?

Just wondering if anyone else is also into SCUBA diving also.

If so....do you know of any good forums on the net??
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Old 03-02-2005, 05:54 AM   #2
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I have been diving for 4 years now. I started it for work reasons and it has kept me in the training.
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I am certified since I am 15! Due to money and time issues, I don't get to dive much, but love every minute of it when I do!
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Diving for 20 years now...although I do not see so much active diving time these past 4 years as I did in the past (especially when I lived on the coast).
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I am a dive nut. Go to Cozumel almost every year and am going to Turks and Caicos in July for 2 week....yipee!!
Check out http://www.scubadiving.com its a great forum.
You can find me there from time to time with the same username.
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Old 03-02-2005, 10:18 PM   #6
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Well, I am in the process of picking up all my gear.....I am taking lessons in 2 months.....I figure I live on the coast in Soutern North Carolina.....I have to learn to dive....can't wait....there are 2 shipwrecks around here that dive trips go too where you can dive with sharks.....non aggressive ones luckily.....but it is supposed t be an experience.....
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What wrecks are you near? There is a ton of wrecks off NC coast. Lots of great diving.
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Right off of Moorhead City is some excellent diving.
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QS- That was my first clearwater diving. Most of my diving is in local lakes. Lots of great diving. We are planning another trip back this summer for some rock wall dives instead of the wrecks.
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Diving for 20 years now...although I do not see so much active diving time these past 4 years as I did in the past (especially when I lived on the coast).
aww come on ... the glenmore resevoir must be a good place ... how about the bow or elbow river?
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