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!
I need to go to bed...early morning, but I wanted to get these up...otherwise it would be two weeks again. hehe. After two weekends of poor weather, today was absolutely beautiful! And we spotted some fun and unique critters. Snagged a couple photos...enjoy! Short and sweet...off to club bed I go! 🙂
It has been seven hundred and thirty-two days since I took my first dip under the ocean surface. Sadly, I did not manage to fit in the last ten dives in my quest for 100 before year two. But such is life. However, I did celebrate with one dive yesterday and two today! When I find… Continue reading Two Years Under the Sea
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
It's been cold and dreary the last few days...but that didn't stop us from heading out to Fort Wetherill for a couple dives this morning. But make no mistake...I FROZE MY BUTT OFF during the second dive. Last Sunday the water clocked in at 69ºF...today it had dropped to 64ºF. I guess that's my cue… Continue reading Fall has arrived in New England!
If I hope to reach 100 dives before my 2-year scubaversary (October 17th), I need to get cracking on my weekend dives! So this past Sunday, Danielle and I headed out to Fort Wetherill (located in Jamestown, Rhode Island) for a chilly morning dive (seriously...I could see my breathe when I was outside...). After saying… Continue reading Sea of Salps