Re: Just incredible

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Posted by seahunt on February 23, 2006 at 03:47:33:

In Reply to: Just incredible posted by divinotter on February 22, 2006 at 16:57:34:

In terms of taxonomy, Laminarias are the brown kelps, including Macrocystis and bull kelp. More specifically laminarias refer to the numerous varieties of kelp that have one stalk with a bunch of 'leaves' on top. They are tough and good for pulling along with. They can be impenetrable.
Many free dives are fairly short. You go down and don't see what you want, so you go up. Some are longer, there is something to look at. Some, you see a crack or spot full of life and you want to swim and swim.
Rent is not that horrible. Most of the places have not been sold in a long time.
Enjoy, seahunt

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