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sibermike7

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I think the March storm held off because you were there.
:D Thanks!

It was a blessed day! :)
It was that. I truly enjoyed myself, wet drysuit and all! :D

I finally got all the leaks figured out (no holes just ill-fitting components) on my 7mm neoprene BARE suit and finished a couple of good dives this week D-R-Y!!! Oh wait a beautiful feeling! I have been diving wrecks all week; one of the wrecks is in 120 feet of water which is a little cold if your suit leaks! One of the wrecks we dove was the Schleswig-Holstein, the ship that fired the first shot of WWII. Good dives all. :wink:

The BARE suit is so warm that I have to get in the water pretty much right away or I'll be sweating. Love it!
 

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I have been diving all week with some Polish divers. :D Seriously! Good group of folks, but I have never seen a group of people be so slow to get in the water once the boat arrived at the dive site. So while they were SLOOOWLY getting geared up, I was sweating. The last 2 dives, I just plunged in and tied myself to the boat with a short rope, inflated my drysuit and floated in the sunshine like an over-sized sea otter. The water was about 40 degrees. I guess I looked pretty funny because they kept laughing at me! :shakehead:

Don't understand Polish I guess! :D
 

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... It was that. I truly enjoyed myself, wet drysuit and all! :D
I finally got all the leaks figured out (no holes just ill-fitting components) on my 7mm neoprene BARE suit and finished a couple of good dives this week D-R-Y!!! Oh wait a beautiful feeling! I have been diving wrecks all week; one of the wrecks is in 120 feet of water which is a little cold if your suit leaks! One of the wrecks we dove was the Schleswig-Holstein, the ship that fired the first shot of WWII. Good dives all. :wink:
The BARE suit is so warm that I have to get in the water pretty much right away or I'll be sweating. Love it!
That sounds like a great dive. We put today's dive off. It's raining like usual when I want to do something.:shakehead:

I have been diving all week with some Polish divers. :D Seriously! Good group of folks, but I have never seen a group of people be so slow to get in the water once the boat arrived at the dive site. So while they were SLOOOWLY getting geared up, I was sweating. The last 2 dives, I just plunged in and tied myself to the boat with a short rope, inflated my drysuit and floated in the sunshine like an over-sized sea otter. The water was about 40 degrees. I guess I looked pretty funny because they kept laughing at me! :shakehead:
Don't understand Polish I guess! :D
For some reason, it sounds to me like they were thinking of a potential American joke in that situation. :rofl3:
 
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