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Solo Diver, from Ontario

Water is life. Jan 14, 2016

shoredivr was last seen:
Jul 31, 2021 at 1:14 AM
    1. Talia Blue
      Talia Blue
      Hi thank you for your comment on my post, I would love to send you interview questions. They are mostly asking about your personal experiences with the ocean, and what it means to you. There will be about 10 of them, please feel free to answer as many as you would like. Let me know if you are interested in doing so, and I will send them over via email (please provide). I am looking forward to hearing from you!
    2. Scott McWilliam
      Scott McWilliam
      Your point is interesting and solicits further discussion. Let’s change hats for a minute and look at this oral navigation system from the perspective of behavioural psychology. Prehistoric boating was a higher risk venture than today’s harbour cruise. No life jackets, no charts no compass.
    3. lowviz
      Did you block "Conversations" with this upgrade? ( -formerly known as "PM's"? ) Start a "Conversation" with me if you wish, -have a question for you...
    4. Jared0425
      Great find! They even mentioned the Hydrus wreckage up in Pikes Bay. Keep listening to fisherman in the area. See if you can beat me to the Carruthers.
    5. shoredivr
      Water is life.
    6. Cacia
      Great Image!

      I just love 200 + ft viz
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    Dive History:
    Springs and Keys-FL, Turks & Caicos, Roatan, Lake Ontario-ON, Bonaire, Curacao, St Lawrence River-ON and NY, Vancouver Island-BC, Catalina Island-CA, Niagara River-ON, Bahamas, Blue Hole-NM, Lake Mead-NV, Halifax-NS, Great Barrier Reef-Australia, Oahu and Maui-HI, bunch of quarries here and there (OH, ON), Lake Huron-ON, Lake Pleasant-AZ, Puget Sound-WA, Bear Lake-ID and UT, Flaming Gorge-WY, Easter Island-Chile, wreck of Dunderberg, Lake Huron-MI, Clear Lake-OR, Fantasy Quarry-NC, Dutch Springs-PA, Two Jack Lake-AB, Lake Diefenbaker-SK, Wreck of the Standard, 65 degrees N in the Arctic Ocean-Akureyri-Iceland, Silfra-Iceland, wreck of Jodrey-NY, Millbrook Quarry-VA, Deep Creek Lake-MD, Wreck of St James, Lake Erie-ON, West Hawk Lake Meteorite Crater-MN, wrecks, wrecks, wrecks.

    Profile pic: Drop to Kawalo Pipe, Oahu; thanks to Lisa of OahuScubaDivers.com for the shot
    Certification Level:
    Rescue; Advanced nitrox/deco and helitrox
    # of Logged Dives:
    1,000 - 2,499
    Dive Classification:
    Experienced Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    dive obsessed


    Water dissolving and water removing There is water at the bottom of the ocean (Talking Heads)

    "We ALL decompress on air. Unless you spend substantial time on the loop or on your O2 bottle after you surface, you are decompressing on air." (UWSojourner)