guess I should intro myself...

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SCUBARM79
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Re: guess I should intro myself...

Post by SCUBARM79 » Wed Jul 31, 2019 9:38 am

Shout out to Burntchef1 and 60South. Thanks for helpin' me out getting much needed items to get me moving back underwater.

Cheers!

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Post by SCUBARM79 » Thu Jul 18, 2019 3:56 pm

Thanks! Good to be looking to make bubbles again. I live in the N end, so that looks more feasible. I will keep my eyes peeled.

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Post by Gdog » Wed Jul 17, 2019 3:21 pm

Welcome! Jump in with us on one of our south end or north end dives. Watch for them in the dive planning topic. Hope to meet you soon!

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Post by Penopolypants » Wed Jul 17, 2019 1:33 pm

Welcome to the board, and welcome back to the addiction!
Come to the nerd side, we have pi!

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guess I should intro myself...

Post by SCUBARM79 » Wed Jul 17, 2019 12:27 pm

Hello NWDC! I wish I had met you folks in 2000 when I was new to diving; may not have given it up for the past 19 years. But, then again, I was a young 20 something with no $$, so, probably better that I got out for a bit. Speaking of which, got out because I moved to university then never budgeted to get back in. Trying to start anew. Taking a refresher, probably in August, but have been studying from links and stuff here, as well as my old dive training manual. Thanks for this and the cool folks I've posted with so far. I appreciate the vibe. :supz:

I only have the basic stuff and some weight (read no actual SCUBA gear). Thus, as you may have guessed, I plan to rent gear; so I'm doing it wet! Would love to meet people, casual or serious divers, in the area to help me on my journey back under. Interested in whatever adventure brings on the dive. I've stared at mud and had a good time "hunting" for something that wasn't a rock, crabbing, to diving the kelp near Port Angeles with current, tangles and waves. Believe it or not, I've never dove Seacrest! I hear it's nice. PM me if you're willing to help a lost fish return to the school. :pirate:

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