Re: Re: Re: OML diving on 6/24/09

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Posted by Max Bottomtime on June 26, 2009 at 11:22:02:

In Reply to: Re: Re: OML diving on 6/24/09 posted by Frank Lukowski on June 26, 2009 at 09:35:57:

I call the reef on the west side of the cove the Garden. When I first began diving Marineland it was an urchin barren. After several dozen dives of nothing but urchin abatement, kelp began to grow. Within six months there was a heathy reef system. There is now a thriving kelp forest, fish, nudibranchs, sponges, tunicates, worms and at least one abalone. He's in a secret location. :)
I count the diastance I can clearly make out things as visibility. I could see shadowy figures just beyond a body length, but could only see them clearly from four feet away. There wasn't a lot of plankton in the water yeaterday. The vis was reduced by the swirling sand created by the surge. We swam out to thirty-three feet in the sand, but it was still bad out there.

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