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: 5/29/18 17:44 w/ Eric Heupel 52min | 57°F (min) 61°F (max) | 12ft (avg) 19ft (max) | 5/50 dives for the year My new job is pretty amazing, however, they’re sending me off to spend a few weeks on a 62’ boat in the Gulf of Mexico, which means no diving. So I… Continue reading Love and Twilight
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 made the mistake of starting to watch a new show (Chicago Justice if you are curious) and it is seriously cutting into my sleep schedule. So tonight, I decided instead of pretending to fold my laundry while watching, I would start blogging about SECONN's recent event. We joined up with Save the Sound and… Continue reading Cans, Bottles, and Swirling Sands
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