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Tribe is intact for sure! I hear the drummin. Can't wait to camp and dive this weekend and witness Ryan joining us as we induct him into the loyal order of the Swamp Divers! Word has it that Rhonda is bringing brownies for old times sake.
Nothin' happened... It was too f:;- ing hot. Kory and Rhonda... Being the intelligent sort held up in the pop up camper with A/C when ever they could. Me... On the other hand decided to leave the Retro Gypsy Girl at home and just sleep in the back of my truck on an air mattress. So I sat outside by myself most of the time in the shade when I could find it. It was CSSP. the dives were text book. Nothing has changed. Pedestrian is the word that comes to mind. Did swim the channel almost South to North. It was dark dark dark down there sort of like Lake Pat Mayse. So I got my low 6 inch vis dive in.
The night dive was cool and the fish were just off the hook and crazy. I bet 300 or more were following us around and strafing the bottom where ever we pointed our lights. It was Evil.
You and I need to party sometime Dude ;-)
In our defense, we did invite Frank in a couple times, but to be honest, at 104 degrees, it was still a balmy 87 degrees in the camper with the AC on full blast. The nights were cool though. The night dive rocked. The most important par, our boy Ryan got open water certified!!