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Finished OW cert yesterday!

Discussion in 'SoCal' started by clowe, Oct 3, 2006.

  1. red_infinity

    red_infinity Contributor

    # of Dives: 50 - 99
    Location: Monterey Park/Santa Barbara, CA
    Congratulations on your certification! Welcome to diving, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do :D

  2. Zaffy

    Zaffy Registered

    Congratulations, when do you want to go diving?

  3. clowe

    clowe Registered

    # of Dives: 50 - 99
    Location: Studio City, CA
    Thanks everyone! I really like the encouragement on the board here. :) so nice from some forums that i've been apart of in the past.

    Sadly, I don't the wrinkles dive next weekend is going to work for us now. Apparently, Mindi signed us up to go cake testing next saturday morning(we're doing the deed next august). I'm kinda sad actually... All i want to do is go and dive now... stupid stupid diving addiction :11doh:

    I do think we are going to try and go on this saturday tho. Probably go back to shaw's since we've been there before :)

    I am very curious about marineland. I went toi the aquarium park there a bunch when I was kid... I loved the swimming deal they had where you could swim the half circle or whatever it was with all the animals... seriously, the best "ride" i've ever done at a park to this day. Is the beach(or rocks?) there for a more experienced diver? I love seeing all the different life along the coast. Mindi and I are "giddy as little girls" about diving and we want to go to as many places as we can now.

    Thanks again everyone for the great encouragement and diving invitations. I'll definitely not be shy on taking some of you up on your offers :)
  4. THelsley

    THelsley Guest

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Long Beach, CA
    Hey, Hey!

    Your in my neck of the woods! Welcome. Shoot me a PM whenever your interested in diving. Perhaps we could carpool too. I've been trying to go with a group on Saturdays, but sometimes Sundays are better.

    Dive Vets meet at OML Sunday mornings, just be aware it's considered intermediate.


  5. SoCalAngel

    SoCalAngel Scuba Instructor

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: 1000 Oaks, CA
    Hey there!

    Welcome to the best sport in the world (at least covering 2/3s of the world :wink: )

    Gord and Tammy are cool. You definately had some great training. The wrinkles dive on Sat is an all day event, so do try to make it, either before or after cake tasting :14:
  6. girldiverllc

    girldiverllc Contributor

    # of Dives:
    Location: Seattle, Washington
    Congrats to both you and Mindi. I totally think diving is the best thing that a couple can do to bring "paradise" to the relationship!

    Have fun with the cake tests!



    # of Dives: 50 - 99
    Location: Littleton, Colorado
    I somewhat agree, maybe 2nd or 3rd best! I would have a tough time getting my wife to go anywhere she would need to dive in a wetsuit! But it was great on our honeymoon!

  8. pupdiver

    pupdiver Guest

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Los Angeles, CA
    Congratulations on your engagement, clowe! You will have a great time diving together. My wife is my first choice as dive buddy every time. You will met some great people together.

    Let me know when you want help planning a diving honeymoon. We went to Fiji for ours. It was the best time we have ever had.

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