If you want to know the best scuba diving locations, simply ask your local dive shop. Usually, the staff and instructors are the best source of current information on which scuba locations offer the most interesting reefs, the most accommodating shops and lodges, and the most overall bang for the buck. They live and breathe … Continue reading
Excessive carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is largely absorbed by the worlds oceans. This changes the pH balance in the water. Anyone with a fish tank knows what happens when the pH balance goes awry. I’m also posting this under conservation, but I was first clued into this issue because of something called coral bleaching. … Continue reading
I typed this post heading into Google to start my research on where they roam. As a diver, what I’m looking for (what would be helpful) would be a map pinpointing their migratory track, as well as locations of known attacks on humans. I’m hoping to find a pattern, and to discover that they stay … Continue reading
I watched a video of a 12-foot Great White Shark eating 10 separate tuna chunks (40-50 lbs each) before filling her stomach and swimming away. That’s over 400 lbs of meat, which equaled about 25% of her estimated body weight. She tore each chunk off the hook, shook it violently, swallowed it descending, then circled … Continue reading
DiveLog_D6-7 DiveLog_D8-9 DiveLog_D10-11 DiveLog_D12-13 DiveLog_D14 * DiveLog_D15-16 DiveLog_D17-18 DiveLog_D19-20 DiveLog_D21 * Once we found Angel City, we returned there 2 more times.
Before I dig through my tub of journals to find my accurate notes on our SCUBA certification, I want to search my memory for the highlights. Partly, I’m curious to see how well I recall the cert process, and partly, I’m too jazzed to discuss it to wait. Anyway, my flashback reel of highlights can … Continue reading