Ed's Fault trip report

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Re: Ed's Fault trip report

Post by Gdog » Fri Sep 28, 2018 8:15 pm

Maybe this Thursday is a good one for a BBQ..?!

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Re: Ed's Fault trip report

Post by ScubaJess » Fri Sep 28, 2018 5:46 pm

Thanks guys! You diving this weekend? We need to have a ththth BBQ soon before weather changes. :)
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Re: Ed's Fault trip report

Post by Gdog » Fri Sep 28, 2018 5:35 pm

Great report, Jess! Thanks for sharing, nice shots!

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Re: Ed's Fault trip report

Post by Tom Nic » Fri Sep 28, 2018 3:04 pm

Thanks for a report on a site I've long wanted to dive!
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Ed's Fault trip report

Post by ScubaJess » Fri Sep 28, 2018 2:44 pm

Star Date 2018091.5
Away Mission 574

Greetings Divers,

Happy Friday!
I just wanted to post a quick report from my dive a few weeks back. CaptnJack was kind enough to take me & Lauyrnn out for a fun dive off his boat to Ed's Fault near Port Townsend. He is awesome! :notworthy:

The weather was perfect and the site was super interesting. The wall starts at about 25 and goes down to 70 feet. Lots of neat rock structures covered with Zoanthids and little holes filled with Warbonnets. It was pretty silty and had lots of barnacles on the rocks but still some color and life was also around. Saw a super cute baby wolf eel :luv: out swimming around on the way up.

Here are some of my snaps.
Thanks again Richard! :)

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Live Long And Prosper!!!

Stay Warm underwater with the Weezle Extreme Plus undergarment! Please let me know if you would like to order one or have any questions. :luv: :partydance: :eric: :taco:

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