|Dead of Winter|
Posted by Max Bottomtime on January 20, 2013 at 21:21:11:|
Diving in Southern California in January can be tough. The snow was piled deep as we made our way through the slush that we call the Pacific Ocean.
I even had to soak up what little warmth I could from the Sun. It was bitterly cold today, about 72°. Fortunately there was no wind to create much of a chill factor.
We stopped to check out the Humpback whale that has been hanging out just off Vet's the past week. It is probably stuck in the ice flows.
By the time we surfaced, the air temperature had lowered to a bone-chilling 70°. I may have to think about wearing long pants if it gets any colder.
After a day on the water like today, someone needs a hug.
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