|Re: The ocean is the last frontier? How familiar are you with it?|
Posted by Max Bottomtime on February 25, 2006 at 21:53:19:|
In Reply to: The ocean is the last frontier? How familiar are you with it? posted by kylecawazafla on February 25, 2006 at 18:22:49:
I have nearly 200 dives at Marineland in Rancho Palos Verdes. I recognize most rocks and can find my way easily there without a compass in terrible vis. I certainly can't call it boring, though. The abundant and varied life there is incredible. I have found as many as 17 different species of nudibranchs on a single dive. Whales swim by close to shore there. Sea lions have used the point as a pupping area. One of then even took a bite out of my elbow. Black Seabass can be seen there on occasion. There are remains of wrecks long past and recent. It has kelp, rocky reefs, mini-walls, sandy plains and even a cave onshore.
|Optional Link URL:|
|Optional Link Title:|
|Optional Image URL:|
|Post Background Color:||White Black|
|Post Area Page Width:||Normal Full|
|You must type in the
scrambled text key to
This is required to
help prevent spam bots
from flooding this BBS.