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g2

Divemaster, from Port Townsend, WA

g2 was last seen:
Jul 14, 2019 at 10:20 AM
    1. winterhawk
      winterhawk
      give me a call 303-877-6188 i still have the fabers they look new,and yes i am ready for diving this summer
    2. winterhawk
      winterhawk
      don't know if you remember me last time we tried to dive together did not work out i left my dry suit at home.anyway i have excess to a pond close to parker that might be worth diving. give me a call if you are interested owner said it should have some big bass because he stocked it 15yrs ago 303-877-6188 tino
    3. reddiver970
      reddiver970
      aurora thursday?
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  • About

    Home Page:
    http://60south.com/
    Location:
    Port Townsend, WA
    Occupation:
    Polar Explorer
    Gender:
    Male
    Blog / MySpace URL:
    http://www.facebook.com/sciencetech
    Certification Agencies:
    SETI, ASPCA, NUMA
    Dive History:
    I've barely scratched the surface... Puget Sound, Washington; Iceland; Cayman Islands, Sea of Cortez, Roatan, Cozumel, Tobago, Bonaire, Bahamas, Florida, Georgia, Virginia, Colorado, California, New Mexico, Belize, Easter Island, Chile; Galapagos, Ecuador; Kona and Oahu, Hawaii; Moorea, Tahiti; Viti Levu, Nananui-Ra, Savu Savu, Beqa, Taveuni, and Kadavu, Fiji; Efate and Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu; Koh Tao, Krabi, Phuket, Andaman Sea, and Similans, Thailand; Poor Knights, New Zealand; GBR, Coral Sea, and Perth, Australia; the Maldives; British Columbia, Canada; and various blue holes, caverns, wrecks, reservoirs, and the occasional bath tub. Now desiccating in Colorado.
    Certification History:
    Dive Master, USC Emergency Dive Accident Management (EDAM), USAP hyperbaric chamber operator, DAN O2, STCW Fast Rescue Boat, NOAA MPIC, AUTEC commercial diver, NOLS/WMI Wilderness First Responder, WA State Patrol Academy Marine Firefighter, nitrox, rescue, advanced, master, deep, drysuit, equipment specialist, ice diver, u/w videographer, etc, etc, blah blah blah. NOW can we go diving?
    Certification Level:
    Dive Master
    # of Logged Dives:
    500 - 999
    Dive Classification:
    Experienced Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    A tank, regulator, gauges, BCD, weights, mask, fins, and appropriate exposure protection...
    Real name Glenn. I'm different, just like everyone else.
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