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RE: Judging Leaves.... in the deep end.


Hi Narda,

Oneness with the water,

Rocks, crayfish(catch and feed to the fish), all kinds of fishes and in this
case 350 other divers. This quarry has a surface area of 48 acres and is
used to train divers for open ocean diving, search, rescue, and recovery.

And lots of good people at the surface.

Dan



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<<  Would you believe at 75 feet the
 water was 38F? I didn't. >>

So Dan, what does one find in the bottom of a rock quarry?  N.
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