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  • June 7, 2009

    SCUBA Diving At Terranea Resort, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

    I pulled up in the mighty truck to our current parking spot at Terranea; the divers really missed seeing the Duster and I was told, “Not bringing the Duster is just wrong.”

    I was hoping for a hot chick named Wrinkles to show up and dive, but she was a no show; I went with Instructor Ron.

    Logged SCUBA Dive #343

    Terranea Resort, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

    Dove with Instructor Ron

    In With: 3000 psi
    Out With: 700 psi
    Max depth: 64 feet
    Waves: As flat as a lake
    Visibility: 15 to 20 feet
    Temperature: 54 degrees, colder at depth
    Total Bottom Time: About 42 minutes

    We made an uneventful entry off of The Point.

    We made an uneventful entry off of The Point.

    We descended to attempt to find the statue.

    We descended in an attempt to find the statue; but hit bottom on a sand bar, which sort of disoriented me as there were no familiar reefs to aid in navigation.

    We never found the statue.

    A nudibrach next to an egg ribbon.

    A nudibrach next to an egg ribbon.

    Instructor Ron is right behind.

    Instructor Ron is right behind.

    The two divers follow.

    Two divers follow.

    A sunstar hides behind some kelp.

    A sunstar hides behind some kelp.

    Vis was 10 to 20 feet, depending on where we went.

    Vis was 10 to 20 feet, depending on where we went.

    I don't know what these are... they look like a collection of sunflower seeds.

    I don’t know what these are… they look like a collection of sunflower seeds.

    I don't know what these are either, but they look like small yellow maggots, but they weren't moving.

    I don’t know what these are either, but they look like small yellow maggots, but they weren’t moving.

    We exited The Cove without hassle.

    We exited The Cove without hassle.

    Debriefing<br /> continues ahead of the Terranea Resort opening.

    Debriefing continues ahead of the Terranea Resort opening; apparently the public opening has been pushed back a few days.

    I think next week I’ll bring my barbecue to test our debriefing limits.

    1 Comment »

    1. The sunflower seeds are Kellet’s whelk eggs and the yellow spaghetti is sea hare eggs. I think Ana stayed home because you didn’t drive the chick magnet this week.

      Comment by Phil Garner — June 8, 2009 @ 2:57 pm

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