|The Good, The Bad and The Crumbling|
Posted by Max Bottomtime on December 06, 2014 at 17:22:39:|
The sea was flat but green as I approached Golf Ball Reef. As I descended I found kelp everywhere. This was strange because I always anchor near the barrel in the sand. My anchor was five feet from the barrel but there is now kelp everywhere and it nearly reaches the surface. Not only that, but the visibility was probably the best I've seen this year. From the bottom at sixty-eight feet I could see my boat. It helped that there was no wind nor current and the boat remained over the barrel for the next hour.
I swam to the west side of the reef but despite the thirty feet of visibility I didn't find a lot of subjects. Kevin Lee wasn't on the boat today, so he missed finding three black sea hares laying eggs. I hope he's not kicking himself with his bad knee.
I thought I found some interesting eggs in the kelp during my safety stop. Upon further review, they turned out to be fish vertebrae.
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