For those of you who don't know, in April, I traded lab coats and gloves for life preservers, grundéns, and the occasional hard hat. After a year and a half of working as a lab rat (don't get me wrong, I really enjoyed the work), I started work at Ocean Surveys, Inc. as a field… Continue reading Take Me Anywhere, I’ll Go
Pool diving has its perks, I can wear my 3mm shortie wetsuit for hours and remain comfortable, if I wear my steel tank, I need zero weight, you're always guaranteed great visibility...but it has nothing on the ocean. Even on "bad" dive days the ocean will always eclipse the pool. So while I was prepared… Continue reading Winter is Coming
It took far longer than I would have liked, but I finally hit 100 dives! And by that I mean 100 dives that were at were at least 15 feet and lasted 20 minutes...otherwise I'd have hit 100 back in July...but I digress. On November 6th, part of the Seaview Scuba crew headed up to Gloucester… Continue reading 98…99…100!
Sidenote: I'm ten away from my 100th dive, and my 2-year scubaversary is two-weeks away...if anyone wants to meet up for a quickie dive at Stonington Point early some morning, let me know. 😉 Stonington Point always has the most stunning sunsets...especially if a storm is about to roll through. And tonight was no exception!… Continue reading Beautiful Evening at the Point
I’m sitting in my living room, quite literally surrounded by (clean) laundry. But since multiple people have requested that I start blogging my dive adventures…I figured now would be a good time (it has nothing to do with procrastination…). The ocean has always been a place where I can reset…it’s part of the reason that… Continue reading Life is About Rhythms