Diver's Library (books)

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Sharkb8
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Re: Diver's Library (books)

Post by Sharkb8 » Mon Jul 08, 2019 8:47 am

I will take them off your hands if you can wait for me to get down to Ballard! I live in Bellingham but I'm down in the Seattle area for work during the day usually a few times a week. I could also try and get down this weekend and use it as an excuse to get a dive in! PM me if that will work.

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Re: Diver's Library (books)

Post by Scubak » Mon Jul 08, 2019 12:33 am

What a great library....I have most of them...
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Diver's Library (books)

Post by renoun » Sat Jul 06, 2019 11:38 am

Starting to pack things up for our move. I'd rather leave these books for someone to use and enjoy rather than put them in storage for an indeterminate period. There's both local dive guides and a decent collection of critter ID books. $100 obo in Seattle (Ballard), I don't really have time to ship these.


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