Re: Re: DIR? or DIW?

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Posted by Chuck Tribolet on April 28, 2006 at 20:21:23:

In Reply to: Re: DIR? or DIW? posted by Tribes on April 28, 2006 at 08:44:44:

Adm. Linda and I took DIR-F a couple of years ago. We both owned
Halcyon backplates before the class because a buddy had loaned me
one, and I liked it and bought one, and I loaned mine to Adm.
Linda, and she liked it. We learned a lot in the class, but we
haven't bought a single piece of Halcyon gear since.

The purpose of DIR-F is to introduce divers to a a different way
of thinking about their diving, esp. that the skill level that was
acceptable to get their OW and AOW cards is still relatively low,
and with a bit caring about their skills and practice during dives,
it can be considerably improved.

I don't consider myself a DIR diver, but I learned a lot in the


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