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Pend Orielle...

Discussion in 'Rocky Mountain Region' started by SunsetSkies, Mar 8, 2005.

  1. SunsetSkies

    SunsetSkies Guest

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    Hey enyone form the Pend Orielle area? i was wondering if anyones been curious enough to dive the great depths of the Pend Orielle Lake? if so I like to hear why you went done...like if it was for a study or something or just for fun. so Halla at me pls...
     
  2. Capnsnott

    Capnsnott Solo Diver

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    Location: NW Denver area
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    Ok, you got me. Where is Pend Orielle?????????
    I would dive about anything at least once ok well maybe more........
    Greg
     
  3. SunsetSkies

    SunsetSkies Guest

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    LOL ok Pend Orielle is a lake in northern Idaho that is really deep. And ive heard that its quite interesting from an article but not from any sources/people i could talk to. But it is Gorgeous!
     
  4. Wijbrandus

    Wijbrandus Manta Ray

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Denver, CO
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    Sunset,

    Gary D., who posts quite a bit in the Accidents & Incidents folder, is a Public Safety Diver in Idaho. If you PM him, he might be able to give you some information, but that's entirely an assumption on my part.

    Other than that, I know nothing except what you've posted about the lake.
     

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