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  • January 14, 2007

    Logged Dive #220 – Yellow Tail Point, Catalina Island

    Yellow Tail Point, Catalina Island
    Diving Off The Mr. C with the Divevets

    Solo diving

    In With: 2800 psi
    Out With: 1500 psi
    Max depth: 25 feet or so
    Waves: Insignificant
    Visibility: 25 feet plus
    Water Temperature: Cool
    Total Bottom Time: 35 minutes

    The back of the Mr. C

    After a nice, real barbecued cheese burger for lunch and another hour surface interval, it was time for a third dive.

    Divers off the Mr. C

    I was getting cold and wanted beer – and my third dive, figure-out-the-tables brain-fart made for a short, shallow dive.

    Again, I forget the compass headings, but I went to the right off the boat.

    Sand, rocks, fish – I found another Abalone shell.

    Somewhere along the dive I found a mini arch that I swam through; that was the highlight of this dive, I guess.

    I found the boat without surfacing, but hung out at the bottom so I could get 35 minutes of bottom time.

    I surfaced and cracked open a beer and hung out with Joe and Mirek.

    Shanon worships the lobster hunting guru.

    Shanon and Bob returned with one lobster each.

    The boat was slow getting back, but that gave us more time to party.

    I hung out with Joe, Mirek, Bob and a few others.

    I noticed that there’s condensation under my watch face.

    The Mr. C is loaded with hot chicks.

    I met this one lady who is planning to start a diving club at a private High School where she works.

    I raised doubts about her being able to do that because of the liability.

    Me looking macho aboard the Mr. C

    I look so macho on diving boats.

    Mirek pointed out that I’m only “half American-Polish” because it took me two tries to open a beer with a wrench.

    Also, he said, no Pollack would say “beer please” but “hey woman, get me a beer.”

    The ride back was just as cold as the ride over.

    The ride back was just as cold as the ride over.

    We got to see the sunset as we entered the harbor…

    The sunset from the Mr. C, pulling in to the harbor.

    The sunset from the Mr. C, pulling in to the harbor.

    The sunset from the Mr. C, pulling in to the harbor.

    The sunset from the Mr. C, pulling in to the harbor.

    An enjoyable day of diving!

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