Saturday, December 15, 2007

Manila International


Have you ever had feeling you are being watched?
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Friday, December 14, 2007

Friday, November 9, 2007

Tuesday, October 30, 2007



November '81 thru February '82, I was employed as a heavy equipment operator by Antartic Support Services, the support contractor for the National Science Foundation Antartica Operations. A fringe benefit was a flight to the South Pole, the aircraft being a ski equiped C130. So, I have flown around the world 3 times and walked around the world 5 times. Hmmmmmmm!
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Saturday, October 27, 2007

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Gab Gab Reef


Divemaster Dominque demonstrating how to make a moray eel happy.
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Crevice Dive Site


Appeared to be the unconcerned by three divers within ten feet.
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Gab Gab Reef Dive Site


Divemaster Dominigue on the other side of a 40 pound Black Trevally.
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Mantis Shrimp Gab Gab Reef


This shrimp can strike a camera lenses with enough force to crack the lense, so I have been told.
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Gab Gab Reef Ball


Yes, that is my hand. Eel came out about 18" allowing me to scratch his underside.
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GabGab Reef


My first sighting of an anenome of this color.
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Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Two More Great Dives

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Dove the crevice to 100 feet, played with a moray eel, close encounter with a small turtle and picked up a titanium knife that an unfortunate diver dropped. The 2nd dive was on the feeding station at the Nautilus dive site. Ken, on the left, was using a new camera for the first time and, hopefully, there may be some interesting eel photos.

Monday, October 22, 2007

Apra Harbor Entrance


The entrance to Apra Harbor is on the other side of this cliff. This was our view when we surfaced from our drift dive.
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Why Are We Smiling?


We just completed a very enjoyable drift dive. Dive started at the Blue Hole and slowly drifted toward the harbor entrance. Large turtle , large barracuda, large lion fish and a group of small lion fish trying to hide on the under side of a large boulder. What a way to spend Sunday morning. The only activity that might be better would be to go to MDA's dive shop with a pocket full of cash. Made several new friends, Cap Scott, Devan, Joey and Jessica.
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Sunday, October 14, 2007



On location , Tuangeson outflow construction site, Guam
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MDA Dive Boat


On the way to the Tanker dive site and Western Shoals dive site, Apra Harbor, Guam
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