|Re: Uh, Phil|
Posted by Max Bottomtime on May 16, 2006 at 16:25:21:|
In Reply to: Uh, Phil posted by Elaine on May 16, 2006 at 14:17:17:
There are a few exceptions. This one is a good example. The area where the Pike blennies are at is barren sand. There is a dropoff that has a lot of bull kelp at 180 feet, but other than that, there is really nothing else to see there. I like the healthy kelp of Catalina, but the gray rocks and scattered patches of color don't compare to the concentration of life found in places like the new reef Ross took you to Sunday. That reef was like Disneyland compared to an arcade.
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