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March 3
Bonn, Germany, Germany
VP, Global Head Life Sciences Network & Operations

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solensdotter was last seen:
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    1. solensdotter
      Oops, forgot to mention that the nickname was a bit of a joke... Not a big fan of the central/northern European winter. It's not the cold, it's the general dreariness: "I don't care what the temperature is, but I do want to see the sun." Have only regretted those words twice (so far)! :cool2:
    2. solensdotter
      Hej scubajo007

      Good guess! Definitely enjoy Scandinavia! Used to spend quite a bit of time, primarily in Sweden, last time I lived in Europe and still have several good friends. Just for reference, wouldn't it be "dóttir", rather than "dotter", in Icelandic?

      Hilsen fra Tyskland!
    3. scubajo007
      Hi, do you have any connections with Iceland or Scandinavia, your name Solensdotter is icelandic but you probably know that
    4. Scubakevdm
      Hey! Thanks for the add!

      Happy diving.
    5. The Chairman
      The Chairman
      It was FUN!!! I will be there again next year.
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    March 3
    Bonn, Germany, Germany
    VP, Global Head Life Sciences Network & Operations
    Certification Agencies:
    Starting to cross over to the "dark side"
    Dive History:
    Started off in the reservoirs of Colorado, moved on to the Blue Hole in New Mexico, southern & Baja California, Yucatan, Bahamas, Roatan, Galapagos, and, of course, many dives throughout Florida, where you could regularly find me under the waters from Palm Beach County to the Keys, with occasional forays to the west coast or up north... Averaged 120+ dives/year in Florida. Now, unfortunately rather "dry" since moving to Germany...
    Certification History:
    Have several and expect that there will be several more...
    Certification Level:
    # of Logged Dives:
    500 - 999
    Dive Classification:
    Instructor / Assistant Instructor / Dive Master / Dive Con
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Aqualung/Scubapro for rec diving, Diverite/Scubapro tech kit.
    As far as rebreathers go, a couple of buddies keep saying, "you know you want to." So, now, where's that winning lottery ticket?!
    Rebreather Experience:
    Sanus per aquam. Der Weg stellt jedem nur eine Frage: "Wer bist du?"