|Beautiful day up on the North Coast|
Posted by Eric S on November 14, 2009 at 21:19:33:|
We had our monthly club dive today for the North Coast Divers.
The water was fairly calm with only about 1 to 1.5 foot knee slappers on the beach. The water was a little choppy at 8:00 AM but it actually held out and calmed just a bit as the day went on. Vis was in the 10 to 20 foot range depending if you got into the milky layer or not.
We had about 16 people show up which is a great turn out for any club.
After all the diving was done I cleaned up 2 abs, sliced and pounded them, and fried them up with Panko Japanese bread crumbs in peanut oil. Fresh abalone on the beach after a day of diving, it get's no better then that.
I'm still replaying the dive in my mind, working like hell to get air out of that double hose. It's all about body positioning and the relationship between the level of the mouthpiece and the reg. History has taught me a lot.
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