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    June 30, 2018

    June Gloom And Humor Report

    The end of July will be the last estate sale that I have to deal with, but I have been working all the weekends to make that happen.

    I’ve been dry for so long, I may have to take a refresher course, or maybe just a solo dive at Veterans Park to see if I still know how to dive.

    However, with surf advisories in the news, I wonder how good the diving is lately.

    With little news, relevant to SCUBA diving or not, I would like to share part of my SCUBA diving humor collection.

    These are images that I have carefully stolen off the internet and re-posted for your entertainment.

    Farting in your wetsuit.

    If it looks stupid, but still works.

    These are waterproofed on the inside, too.

    Photoshop Shark

    This is not Scooby Diving.

    This is going to be epic!

    Take this!

    Don't get me wrong, I'm all for diving with marine life...

    August 27, 2017

    An American Dives In North Korea

    August 14, 2017

    When I say I’m going to do something, I do it.

    I used to have that kind of persistency with women, but restraining orders, jail and getting beaten up all the time made me pursue traveling as a safer option.

    However, this will also probably be the lamest dive report that I have ever posted.

    I knew the hotel had a pool, so I brought my mask to go diving there, so I can say “I went diving in North Korea.”

    The pool at the Yanggakdo International Hotel is in the basement next to the saunas and the “male only” massage parlor.

    Unlike the pools in the Capitalist west, it costs $4.50 to use the pool if you are a hotel guest.

    With my mask and underwater camera in hand I carefully entered the pool, making sure not to disturb the person doing laps on the other side.

    I could not detect any chlorine or salt in the water but it was cool and clear.

    Visibility was excellent – you could see all the way to the other side of the pool.

    I think this was the first time in a long time I did not have fins, and I forgot how awkward swimming in bare feet is; there is absolutely no momentum kicking without fins.

    As I swam from one side of the pool to the next, the temperature changed as I went by the jets of warm water that kept the pool warm.

    As I exited and left to go back to my hotel room, I had accidentally tracked water in to the lobby.

    Instead of giving me 15 years of hard labor, I was handed an extra towel.

    Video is here:

    DPRK Trip – An American Goes Diving In The DPRK – Part 11

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