Thanks @YellowEye Eric. I was curious about what else might be worth visiting beyond the jetty, but with low visibility I have only ventured as far as 23 metres / 75 feet depth. It was all pebble field, but a few things live out there.
See you on the next neap tides, perchance
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Here is some bathymetry data (Finlayson 2005; https://www.ocean.washington.edu/data/pugetsound/psdem2005.html) plotted out for the Keystone area. Blues: recreational diving depths, pinks: 40 to 60m range; oranges: deep; green: land (x>0). I haven't ventured any deeper than 23 metres. All I've seen s...
- Sat May 23, 2020 3:58 pm
- Forum: General SCUBA Discussion
- Topic: Alki Point Safe Streets debacle
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How about everyone gets to use the street as long as there is respectful sharing, no speeding, and no harassment, endangerment, asphyxiation, or colliding with bicyclists, non-motorists. You don't need to get to the Alki strip in 5 minutes going 40+mph. Ya just don't...
- Thu May 21, 2020 9:28 pm
- Forum: Introductions (New Visitors, Start Here)
- Topic: Critter creeper
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Hello, I dive here, I like to mingle with and/or creep out the local wildlife. Does anyone happen to know who the twin-tank and rebreather divers were are Keystone last Sunday, and where they went? I am curious what other cool stuff is out there that warranted the extra range. I did the standard jet...