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Dive, he said - and they did -
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"The Daily Iowan (subscription), IA
... a firm belief that he should leave things better than the way he found them, UI senior
Matthew Myers has transformed the once-defunct UI Scuba Diving Club into ... "
 
 
A Tiger in the fish bowl -
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"Straits Times, Singapore
... Woods, who loves fishing and scuba-diving in his spare time, possesses
the thirst of a young boy to try things that smack of adventure. ... "
 
 
Tiger wants a return to college anonymity -
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"Calcutta Telegraph, India
... In his spare time, Woods loves to go fishing and scuba diving and he also possesses
the thirst of a young boy to try most things that smack of adventure. ... "
 
 
A dream comes true -
From: www.redwoodfallsgazette.com
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"Redwood Falls Gazette, MN
... Vander Linden's bad knees prevented him from scuba diving in the Great Barrier Reef,
but he watched turtles and colorful coral reefs through a glass-bottomed ... "
 
 

 
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Deals and Discounts -
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"SuperClubs for less, Belize break, Caribbean fares and late-season skiing."
 
 
Marine drowns while rescuing another off Okinawa -
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"CAMP FOSTER, Okinawa A 3rd Marine Division lance corporal died while snorkeling"
 
 
Catamaran capsizes; fishing boat's crew saves passengers -
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"MANELE BAY, Lanai - Crew members of a fishing boat plucked 10 people out of waters south of Lanai late Monday afternoon after their chartered 47-foot catamaran had capsized nearly three hours earlier."
 
 

 
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Dive trip to Crystal River, Florida with Mike, J... -
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Dive trip to Crystal River, Florida with Mike, Joan, and a group from Adventure Scuba. Part of finally getting certified advanced scuba divers with NAUI.

6 March, 2004
The Devil's Den (36th dive, 26' for 15 minutes) - not that pleasant when there is a crowd of divers...

Deep Dive, Navigation Dive, and Search & Rescue Dive at the Blue Grotto.
    33rd dive, 89' for 21 minutes - partial overhead environment

    34th dive, 37' for 22 minutes

    35th dive, 27' for 20 minutes


5 March, 2004
Night/Low-Visibility Dive to "Catfish Hole" off the Crystal River Resort Pier (really nasty dive in sludge while harassed by bugs; 32nd dive to 13' for 20 minutes).
Boat Dive and Drift Dive in the Rainbow River at K.P. Hole State Park.
    30th dive, 12' for 20 minutes

    31st dive, 19' for 24 minutes

Snorkeling with Manatees in Kings Bay with Byrd's Underwater.



Dive trip to Bonaire, N.A. with Angelica, Stacey, Mike, Ben, Bill, Jan, and Joe.

6 July, 2003
Bonaire, 18th Palm (29th dive, 38' for 50 minutes)
Shore Dive with Erci and Gelca for photography

Bonaire, Cliff (28th dive, 74' for 42 minutes)
Sea Horse, Video Filmed, Batch of Shrimp near Clam

5 July, 2003
Bonaire, Salt Pier (27th dive, 37' for 60 minutes)
Awesome! Corals, shrimps, pygmy angels, jewelfish, big eels, pier pilings

Bonaire, Hilma Hooker (26th dive, 89' for 29 minutes)
Coral around wreck

4 July, 2003
Bonaire, Rock Pile (25th dive, 84' for 45 minutes)
clear shrimp, soft corals, wall, lovely deco stop, anemone

3 July, 2003
Bonaire, Andrea II (24th dive, 54' for 44 minutes)
Night Dive, lobster, eel, some equalizing trouble

Bonaire, Something Special (23rd dive, 62' for 46 minutes)
nice current, eel

Bonaire, 18th Palm (22nd dive, 44' for 34 minutes)
shore dive right off the Plaza Resort Beach for Bonaire Orientation



Dive trip to Cozumel, MX with Angelica, Stacey, Mike, and Lyra. Trying out our new micro-prene wetsuits.

1 June, 2002
Cozumel, Chankanaab (21st dive, 46' for 48 minutes)
Many, many fish; Jawfish; Huge Brain Coral; many fish liked my Dive Goddess Skin

Cozumel, Palancar Gardens (20th dive, 74' for 40 minutes)
Many swim-throughs, huge lobster, sea fans, gorgonians, red snapper

31 May, 2002
Cozumel, Cedral Pass (19th dive, 54' for 43 minutes)
Cherubfish (aka: Pygmy Angels)

Cozumel, Palancar Caves (18th dive, 77' for 33 minutes)
Lots of gorgeous swim-throughs, beautiful setting

30 May, 2002
Cozumel, Paradise (17th dive, 42' for 41 minutes)
Twilight/Night Dive, Octopus

Cozumel, San Fransisco (16th dive, 57' for 38 minutes)
Big French Angels, Black Coral

29 May, 2002
Cozumel, El Presidente (15th dive, 22' for 34 minutes)
Jewel Fish, Fire Coral, Black Coral - shore dive from the hotel to get buoyancy right



Dive Trip to Curacao, N.A. with Angelica and Stacey. All Curacao dives done with: dive skin or t-shirt and swimsuit, transpac II with travel wings, cobra, ATX-50, and 8-10 pounds of weight.

12 January, 2002
Curacao, Jan Thiel Bay (14th dive, 36' for 51 minutes)
23' average depth, 1827 PSi consumed, 9 pounds of lead, salt, boat, waves, and current, diveskin, 82 degrees in the water, 77 in the air

Curacao, Director's Bay (13th dive, 58' for 34 minutes)
38' average depth, 2147 psi consumed, 90' vis, 34 minutes, we saw a very large lobster

11 January, 2002
Curacao, Lion's Dive House Reef (12th dive, 41' for 45 minutes)
diving in a cool rain is nice

Curacao, Lion's Dive House Reef (11th dive, 58' for 40 minutes)
flatfish, large moray eel swimming, heavy surge

10 January, 2002
Curacao, Lion's Dive House Reef (10th dive, 52' for 42 minutes)
school of dark blue tangs, many damsels, Raoul

Curacao, Lion's Dive House Reef (9th dive, 55' for 46 minutes)
nested moray eel, very long wooly bristleworm (10"+), brain corals, gorgonians, angels, spotted blue damsel (jewelfish, yellowtail)

9 January, 2002
Curacao, Director's Beach (8th dive, 54' for 40 minutes)
big french angels, rock beauty, barrel sponges, vase sponge, spiney urchins, sgt major, foureye butterfly, plume worms, ivory bush coral, sea fan, flower coral, bar jack

Curacao, Saba Tug Boat (7th dive, 29' for 23 minutes)
spotlight parrotfish, bluehead wrasse, fairy basslet, french angel, giant tube sponges



We finally got around to getting certified. Went through Adventure Scuba of Chantilly with Stacey and Angelica. Ran into an old friend Matt Davis who happened to be working at Adventure Scuba and he ended up being our instructor.

24 November, 2001
Order Gear package deals from Adventure Scuba, Chantilly.
Scott:
    SeaQuest Apeks ATX-50 1st and 2nd stage, ATX-40 octopus

    Suunto Cobra computer with SK-7 end mount compass all on a quick release

    DiveRite Transpac II (medium-large) with Trek Wings and Travel Wings for warm water dives

Erci:
    SeaQuest Apeks ATX-200 1st and 2nd stage, ATX-40 octopus

    Suunto Cobra computer with SK-7 end mount compass all on a quick release

    DiveRite Transpac II (small) with Trek Wings

Spare:
    Used (formerly rental) Mares Mission 2d Console (plus socket for compass), Mares MR12/Akros 1st and 2nd stage regulator, and Mares R2/Nikos octopus.


16 September, 2001
Certification Dive 4, and Specialty Dives for Buoyancy Control and Navigation
Millbrook Quarry , Haymarket, Virginia
Fresh Water (Quarry), Shore Dive, 76 degrees water, 22' visibility, 7mm farmer john and shortie, rental AquaLung Titan regulator, sad console, aluminum 80
Fourth Dive to 31 feet for 32 minutes with 16 pounds of weight (just right) in 58 degress air temperature
Interval of 1 hour 57 minutes
Peak Performance Bouyancy Adventure Dive to 30 feet for 30 minutes with 16 pounds at air temperature of 68 degrees
Interval of 1 hour 20 minutes
Navigation Dive to 31 feet for 40 minutes with 16 pounds at 74 degrees air temperature
Measurements: covered 100' measured by line with 29 kick strokes in 1 minute 25 seconds with Erci as my buddy. Fresh water at 25 - 31 feet of depth.
The air was cold enough and the water warm enough that we could see vapor rising, the barrels in the water are the submerged dive platform anchors.
Picture of Millbrook from Beach 1 Parking

15 September, 2001
Certification Dives 1, 2, & 3 (It has been so long since my first certification with PADI that I decided to re-certify)
Millbrook Quarry, Haymarket, Virginia
Fresh Water (Quarry), Shore Dive, 72 degrees water, 20' visibility, 7mm farmer john and shortie, rental AquaLung Titan regulator, sad console, aluminum 80
First Dive to 31 feet for 22 minutes with 20 pounds of weight, 55 degrees air
Interval of 29 minutes
Second Dive to 29' for 33 minutes with 20 pounds of weight, 60 degrees air
Interval of 2 hours 23 minutes
Third Dive to 40' for 39 minutes with 18 pounds of weight (closer), 71 degres air
Picture of the Quarry from Beach 1

Picture of the Picnic site

Picture of our Open Water Certification Class

Picture of Millbrook from Beach 1 Parking



In 1997, while vacationing in Negril, Jamaica; Erci and I took a resort dive course to get wet. The diving was not spectacular, but it was fun and it reminded me how much fun diving was.
20 May, 1997
Resort Dive
Negril Scuba Center , Negril Beach Club, Negril, Jamaica
Salt Water (Gulf of Mexico/Carribean), Boat Dive, Slight Current, 70 degreesF, 85' visibility, swimsuit and t-shirt
One dive to 40 feet for 23 minutes at the "Coral Gardens" (I think)



In 1987, while on a long temporary duty to Kadena Airbase in Okinawa, I took an PADI open water certification from instructor Joe Nadel with two co-workers: Robin and Dori. It was great fun, and in the waters of the China Sea off the West Side of Okinawa are spectacular diving sites.

22 August, 1987
Certification Dives 3 & 4
Onna Point , Okinawa, Japan
Salt Water (China Sea), Shore Dive, Mild Waves, Slight Current, 70 degrees F, 125' visibility, board shorts and short sleeved sweatshirt
First Dive to 33 feet for 44 minutes
Interval of 1:45
Second Dive to 60 feet for 36 minutes

15 August, 1987
Certification Dives 1 & 2
North End of the Kadena Seawall , Okinawa, Japan
Salt Water (China Sea), Shore Dive, 70 degrees F, 55' visibility, board shorts and short sleeved sweatshirt
First Dive to 33 feet for 36 minutes
Interval of 1:15
Second Dive to 33 feet for 37 minutes "
 
 
To ere is human. -
From: www.livejournal.com
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" I wish everyone would shut up.


The Generic Teenager Stereotype
Do you drink [alcohol]?: Very, very rarely.
Do you party a lot? How often? No.
Do you use drugs for recreational purposes?: No.
How often do you use the word like in an average hour?: Eighteen thousand. I can't help it.
Do you skip classes? How often?: No.
Do you have casual sex? Protected?: No.
Do you steal?: No.
Do you wear inappropriate clothing?: Heh, no.
Do you drool over celebrities?: Yeah.
Do you watch a lot of TV?: Yeah, mostly movies.
Do you ever watch the News?: Yes.
Do you even care about world issues?: Yes.
Do you read books often?: Yeah. Well, I used to read like crazy, and I've recently sort of let off, but now I've been reading a lot more.
Are you failing a lot of your classes?: None of them.
Do you spend most of your time with your friends?: A lot of it, I guess.
Do you smoke cigarettes?: No.
Do you hang out a lot in malls, or at Seven Elevens? : Not often at malls, and uh, never at Seven Elevens. :P
Do you often find yourself with a crush on someone?: Not really. Not real people, anyway.
Do you curse a lot?: No.
Are you desperate to fit in?: I don't suppose so.
Are you intelligent?: Terribly. I'm utterly brilliant.

The Goth Stereotype
Black lipstick?: No
Black eyeliner?: No
Black eyeshadow?: No
Black trenchcoat?: No
Black boots?: No
Black fishnets?: No
Black nail polish?: No
Cigarettes?: No
Heavy metal music?: No
Marilyn Manson?: No
Kittie?: No
Cradle of Filth?: No
Constant frown and perpetual angst?: Not really
Are you an intellectual?: Not really
An atheist?: No
Horrible home life?: It's not great, but it could be a lot worse.
Hopelessly depressed?: No
Suffering with suicidal idealations?: No
Self-mutilation?: No

The Punk Stereotype
Plaid?: No
Big black boots?: No, it's my favorite part of punkism, though.
Mohawk?: No
Excessive piercings? [Especially facial]: No
Loud, confident and opinionated?: No, no, maybe.
Wild hair colors?: No
NOFX?: Sometimes
Rancid?: No
Well versed on political scandals and outrages?: Not generally

The Jock Stereotype
What's your IQ?: I don't know.
Do you watch a lot of sports?: No.
Play a lot of sports?: Heh, no.
Talk a lot about sports?: No.
Do you do anything, really, but think about sports?: I almost never think about them.
Are you arrogant?: I don't think so.
Are you a male or female whore?: No.
Are you homophobic?: No.
Do you tease other people a lot because you want to seem confident?: No. ?
But really you're a quivering mass of insecurity?: Heh.
Boobs = uhh ...
Parties = No.
Dropping out of high school and flipping burgers? No.

The Girl Stereotype
Do you spend a lot of time on your appearance?: I brush my hair, and make sure I'm not wearing anything terrible, but that's about it.
Have you ever been on a diet?: Unintentionally.
How much did you lose?: A lot. I don't love eating that much. Or maybe I do, I just can't be bothered to do it. I don't know.
Was it not so much a diet as it was an eating disorder?: Uh, no.
Make yourself throw up?: No.
Make-up?: No.
Low-cut tops?: No.
How big are your boobies? A
Do you flip your hair when you talk, even if you don't realize it?: I don't think so.
Giggle a lot?: Heh, yeah.
What's the deal with boys?: Um, I don't know. I like them.
Thongs?: Are totally unsexy.
Pretty bras?: Bras are fun.
YM, Teen, Cosmo, et al?: No thanks.
Who's the weaker sex?: "There's no weaker sex, just weak individuals."
Are you a feminist?: I suppose, in that I'm for women's rights and all.
Do you think Brad Pitt is hot?: No.
How often do you shave your legs?: About once every four or five months, if I feel like it... you know, for a change.
How about your armpits?: This is sporatic. Whenever I remember, which isn't very often. I have light, fine hair, so it doesn't make a huge difference.
Are you emotional?: Yes.
Especially when on your period?: No.

This Or That
Originality or Acceptance?: It depends on what sort of life you'd like to live, and so I'm really not sure.
Independence or Companionship?: Companionship.
Stability or Freedom?: Freedom.
Personal or Interpersonal?: Personal
Introvert or Extrovert? I'm not sure.
Popularity or Isolation?: I'd prefer isolation (uh, not complete, obviously), but... I don't know.
Unique or Loved?: Loved.
Understood or Individual?: Understood.
You or Them?: I don't know.

Boyfriend/girlfriend
Crush: yes.
Do you love anyone right now: yes.
Have you ever been in love: As much as I suppose it's possible.
Ever really cared for someone n that way: Yes.
How many hearts have you broken: None.
How many people broke your heart: None.
So what's your significant other like: Intelligent, hilarious, adorable, sociable, fucking hot.
Do you go more by looks or personality: I've found that no matter how ugly someone is, if I genuinely like them, then they are attractive to me. No matter what. And then, if after awhile it wears off and I don't like them so much anymore, I'm like "wtf was I thinking". That's the way it works.
Ever kiss a friend: No
Are you still friends: n/a
Do you smoke: No
weed: No
Prefer beer or liquor: Beer is definitely not the greatest thing I've ever tasted, so I'm willing to bet on liquor.

WOULD YOU EVER
bungee jump: Maybe.
Skydive: Probably not.
Swim with dolphins: Probably not.
scuba dive: Maybe.
Go rock climbing: No.
Change your religion: Well, I'm not keen on changing it now.
Turn your back on your friends for personal gain: I don't know.
Steal a friend's boyfriend/girlfriend: No.
Lie to the police: Heh heh.
Run from the police: Doubt I'd get very far.
Walk up to a total stranger and kiss them: No.
fight someone you used to be really close with: I don't know.

HAVE YOU EVER
Flashed someone: No.
Told the person you liked how you felt: Many times.
Gotten really REALLY wasted: No
Skateboarded: No
Skinny dipped: No
Stolen anything from a store: Not that I can remember.
Kissed someone of the same sex: No
Been to a concert: Yes
Been to another country: Yes
Talked back to an adult: Yes
Given money to some homeless person: No
Tried to kill yourself: No
Cried to get out of trouble: Yes
Kissed a friend's brother/sister: Yes

THE LAST THING
You ate: Chicken.
You drank: Juice.
The last place you went: School?
Last thing you bought: I bought cookies with Chris's money.
Last person you saw: My sisters are all in the same room as me now.
Last person you hugged: Ray.
Last song you heard: Maybe I'm Amazed - Paul McCartney.

YES OR NO
Are you straight: Yes
Are you short: I'm average
Do you own a hot pink shirt: I think.
Do you like Marilyn Manson: No
Did you ever touch someone else's no-no spot: el oh el.
Do you shop at Hot Topic: No. I search around sometimes for things like horn-rimmed glasses or cute buttons or shoes, but I almost never buy anything.
Do you remember your dreams: Usually.
Can people read you like a book: I don't know.
Do you talk alot: When I'm with people I'm comfortable with.
Are you afraid of clowns: Canfield said it best.
Can you drive: No
Are you an only child: No, I've got four younger sisters.


Everything fucking sucks. I'm trapped in this stupid house with five thousand other people and I can't even WATCH TELEVISION, but it wouldn't matter if I could because FUCKING VIACOM cut all the good channels. Well, that's a lie, there are others I like to watch, but I LIKE NOGGIN. And VH1. No, really, I'm upset for a million reasons right now. I'm sick of being angry.

I'm going to go do something dumb on Livejournal. "
 
 

 
Scuba News from NewsTrove.com:
 
Which Island for You? -
From: www.concierge.com
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"Geography in Brief The Caribbean Sea, an area of more than a million square miles, stretches south of Florida down to the coast of Venezuela. The Greater Antilles -- the islands closest to the United States -- are composed of Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola (divided into Haiti and the Dominican Republic), and Puerto Rico. The Cayman Islands lie south of Cuba, and the Turks and Caicos Islands are in the Atlantic Ocean north of Hispaniola. Though technically part of the Bahamas, they are often considered part of the Caribbean, because of their proximity to and affinity with the other islands."
 
 
Concierge.com: Destination: St. Barths -
From: www.concierge.com
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"St. Barth lemy blends the essence of the Caribbean with the essence of France. A sophisticated but unstudied approach to relaxation and respite prevails: you can spend the day on a beach, try on the latest in French fashion, and watch the sun set while nibbling tapas over Gustavia Harbor, then choose from nearly 100 excellent restaurants for an elegant evening meal. You can putter around the island, explore the shops, scuba dive, windsurf on a quiet cove, or just admire the lovely views. A mere 8 square mi (21 square km), St. Barths has lots of hills and sheltered inlets."
 
 
Chris Blackwell's Pink Sands hotel -
From: www.hellomagazine.com
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""Good hotels are places where you dream of staying. Great hotels are places where you'd want to live," says Island Records boss Chris Blackwell, who, with a string of hip Caribbean retreats to his name, now reigns as the king of cool in both the music and hotel business. "The individual character of each property reflects the magic of music, each with its own rhythm, its own beat," adds Blackwell, whose Island Outpost portfolio of small, but perfectly formed, retreats includes the enchanting Pink Sands, on tiny Harbour Island, in the Bahamas."
 
 

 
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