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
Dive Stats: 28 min | 48°F (at depth) 54°F (at surface) | 15ft depth | 2/50 dives for the year In 2016, I had this wonderful schedule that allowed me to dive whenever I desired...I was living paycheck to paycheck, but my dive log was getting filled. Then in 2017, I got a “big girl”… Continue reading Bring me back to the sea!
Traveling doesn't always require a plane ticket or an eight-hour drive...sometimes it just takes the right group of friends and a campsite at a local state park.
I'm not sure if the tales of Folly Cove began during my Open Water or my Advanced Open Water courses - either way it's been on my "to-dive" list for at least two years. A place of fun little critters and wonderful visibility...it sounded right up my alley. Well, I finally decided that I needed… Continue reading Finding Folly Cove
There were days when I dreamed of having a steady 9 to 5...then I got one (well it was a 11 to 7, but you get the point) and all I dream about is the weekend. haha. Of course, it doesn't help that some days are 6 hour days and some are 12. However, it… Continue reading Diving and Dancing
When your weekend if filled with diving, good food + drinks, and great friends, how can life be anything but grand? aka that time I went diving in Lake Champlain! 🙂
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!