Posted by JR Gordon on September 05, 2000 at 19:27:40:
In Reply to: Re: High altitude diving in the Sierra Nevada posted by tleemay on September 05, 2000 at 09:22:18:
I used to backpack often into the Sierras via the ferry on Edison Lake. From there is was just 3 1/2 mile up Bear Creek to the top of the Sierras. My son, who you know, made that trek starting when he was 8. We once had a bear break into my Grand Wagoneer at Edison and tear up the entire interior trying to get back out. Driving home on milk crates was intesting.
I never thought about what might be under Edison, though I knew there must be a lot of boats under Huntington. Too bad I dive so damned much, I miss that country. Huntington's at 7,500 ft. I can't imagine what kind of deco you'd have to do on a 175 ft. dive at that altitude but I bet there's some interesting stuff in that old bomber.
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