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Blue Hole in December

Discussion in 'Rocky Mountain Region' started by RonFrank, Nov 28, 2007.

  1. ABQdiver

    ABQdiver Instructor, Scuba

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    Sweet! Glad things worked out, see you down there Saturday.
     
  2. Jasonmh

    Jasonmh ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Man, this sucks... I have been fighting off a cold for the last couple days and I thought I would be over it by now. I may try and rest up tomorrow and see if I can make it for Sunday. Hopefully I will see you all out there.
     
  3. diverdowndh

    diverdowndh Barracuda

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    Well, I had sent out a couple of PM's with my cell number but I didn't hear anything. We left Wed night, did classes Thurs and Friday, came back Friday afternoon. Sorry I didn't get to meet anyone.
    We froze our rears off. It was SO cold down there, but still managed to have a good time. Hope it is warmer for you all!
     
  4. RonFrank

    RonFrank Solo Diver

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    Unfortunately we crossed paths and there was no way to hook up as we did not arrive in Santa Rosa until Friday evening.

    I don't know how cold it was for you (well we have a very good idea), but it was very windy the entire weekend, and that made it VERY cold. We setup a shelter using the picnic area, and that made things OK. Had there been no wind, it would have been nice. I wrote a trip report if you are interested.

    We will plan another trip down soon. Not sure when but I will want to go down again no later than March, unless I hit the Lotto, and purchase a condo in Coz! :rofl3:
     
  5. amascuba

    amascuba Instructor, Scuba

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    Location: Austin, TX
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    I didn't get there until Saturday night. Next time! :)
     
  6. amascuba

    amascuba Instructor, Scuba

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    Location: Austin, TX
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    You can hire me as the cabana boy when that happens. :D
     
  7. RonFrank

    RonFrank Solo Diver

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    DM sure, cabana boy... not my style! :eyebrow: I prefer my cabana boys to be..... Female!
     
  8. amascuba

    amascuba Instructor, Scuba

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    OK... Twist my arm... I'll trade my banana hammock for a wetsuit! Gahh! :rofl3:
     
  9. georoc01

    georoc01 Manta Ray

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    Location: Denver, Colorado
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    Sounds like A1 is headed down the last weekend of January and the 2nd weekend of March. Personally, I am working at heading to Cozumel around Easter. April may be a better time for me for the Blue Hole as we will be past the ski season and before my trip to Bonaire in May.
     

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