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Woodinville, WA
ER doc

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Missed and loved by many., from Woodinville, WA

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    1. College_Diver
      Miss you Lynne - thanks for all the discussion and the opportunities you gave me to think.
    2. lavachickie
      Lynn, I'm diving for the first time in two years, and thought a lot about you in recent days. Thank you for all you did for the dive community. It continues to resonate.
    3. gert7to3
      Good bye Lynn..........
    4. FinnMom
      You started a discussion about near-panic once & I'd like to send a link for it to our club's Rescue Diver students. Would you please send me a link to the thread?
      Thanks, Elouise
    5. canadianmikey
      Hahaha, I just got your avatar! Anyway, thanks for suppying us with great advice!
    6. hummer
      hi i must tell you that i love the entries in your dive diary they made laugh so hard and i could really relate to you with the ow course.now am thinking of the adv. course and i also have to learn how to use my drysuit.thanks for the uplift your story has given me.
    7. divergirl6
      Thanks for replying to my thread! You were the most helpful and you really reassured me!
    8. xdjio
      Thanks for chiming in on my recent thread! I think I did the right thing by making an early move to fill some gaps in my knowledge..
    9. Dhboner
      Merry Christmas Lynne. I just wanted to say that your contributions are incredibly informative and valuable to me as an evolving diver.

      Bob (Toronto)
    10. ajtoady
      Thanks for your input on this board. In reading your input to the many posts or whatever, I have seen your commitment and experience related to the sport. Your knowledge and candor are exceptional and to the point. Again THANK YOU for participating.
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  • About

    May 16
    Home Page:
    Woodinville, WA
    ER doc
    Certification Agencies:
    Dive History:
    Certified and do the majority of my diving in Puget Sound. But I've been lucky enough to dive in Australia, Hawaii, the BVI, Indonesia, Cozumel and in the caves in Florida and Mexico. The caves have my heart.
    Certification History:
    PADI OW/AOW/Various specialties/Rescue. NAUI Nitrox. DIR-F (finally passed!), GUE Rec Triox (gave up), NAUI Helitrox, TDI Cavern/Intro; GUE Cave 1; UTD Tech 1; NACD Full Cave, PADI DM
    Certification Level:
    Highest? I guess that's my Full Cave cert.
    Dive Classification:
    Just An "Average" Diver
    Years Certified:
    Six - Ten Years
    Dive Equipment:
    I dive a BP/W with a LP 95 for singles, and doubles are LP85s. The singles reg is Hog, and the doubles are SP MK25/S600s. My favorite piece of equipment is my Light Monkey 21W HID light.
    60 year old ER doc, diving since 2005.


    Come with me and Peter to the Philippines this fall!
    A journal of my open water class (from 2005) can be read here.
    Okay, you've heard all our opinions. Want to know what the science is? http://archive.rubicon-foundation.org/
    About GUE Fundamentals versus Intro to Tech: "ITT informed me that I was expected to donate my long hose whereas Fundies beat me into actually doing it, thirty times, halfway through shooting an SMB, upside down while swimming backwards in sulphuric acid."
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