There are a couple of boat accessible wrecks in Resurrection Bay that are well within recreational limits.
Is that what you had in mind, or were you thinking of going to Kodiak or SE or the Aleutians for some 'real' wreck diving?
Do you have a drysuit?
How about a winter 'invasion' :D
Before I read this offer I had emailed my sister, BIL and nephew in VA. She had offered me an air miles ticket for a visit and because of my back surgery and timing I couldn't do it. I really want to do it this winter and was thinking I would be nuts not to make...
Absolutely!!! I'd love to give you and Jaye a personal tour of my favorite dive sites... plan on spending at least a couple weeks here :D
As for my list - I'd be glad to dive with anyone who comes up here with a drysuit.... and anyone I happen to visit when I head south :D
Yeah - unfortunately, I've seen this a lot in many of the creationist biased web sites. While they often bring up some good points that could be 'used' in their arguments, they are so far buried in the 'anti-evolution' misrepresentations that most folks have stopped reading long before they get...
Yes there are.
If you ever make the trip up here, I'll be glad to take you diving in Hidden Lake on the Kenai Peninsula. Every time I've been there the water has been surprisingly clear and there are actually a variety of interesting things to see.... for a freshwater dive site :D
Yep. I believe what I believe and it's Biblical :D
Romans 10:10 For with the heart one believes unto righteousness, and with the mouth one confesses unto salvation.
11 For the Scripture says, "Everyone believing on Him shall not be put to shame."
Of course it was a miracle! It's miraculous that the stars and planets would dance and move to align so impossibly perfectly and with such impossibly perfect timing to coincide with the equally miraculous virgin birth!
I actually enjoyed reading both the slowdance version Pug linked as well as...