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    Not short, just concentrated awesome ;) smileydiver's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs Bomber View Post
    Keep posting what you post. Your positivity is a breath of fresh air on here. Enjoy your fun stuff and post up a trip report when you are done. Have a wonderful weekend.
    Thank you, sadly not diving this weekend, but catching up with a diver friend who is baking a new mini diver, so still very exciting x
    The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever - Jacques Cousteau

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    I love the way you explore the world's diving opportunities - because that's how you see them: as opportunities rather than risks or obstacles. I've only done one shore-based holiday in Egypt, and three liveaboards, but would not hesitate to repeat either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smileydiver View Post
    Thank you, sadly not diving this weekend, but catching up with a diver friend who is baking a new mini diver, so still very exciting x
    I went diving today but didn't. Why? I got to the pontoons at NDAC and my Atomic SS1 started to free flow as soon as I opened the cylinder valve. And would not stop. I had not bought my usual collection of spare bits so sat out the day. On getting home I found the Apexs first stage (not serviced in rather too long (more than a few years)) had a IP of >20 when the tank opened.
    I think you had a better reason for not diving.
    LET this be a lesson to you all.
    Evolution is great at solving problems. It's the methods that concern me.
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    Not short, just concentrated awesome ;) smileydiver's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Digger View Post
    I went diving today but didn't. Why? I got to the pontoons at NDAC and my Atomic SS1 started to free flow as soon as I opened the cylinder valve. And would not stop. I had not bought my usual collection of spare bits so sat out the day. On getting home I found the Apexs first stage (not serviced in rather too long (more than a few years)) had a IP of >20 when the tank opened.
    I think you had a better reason for not diving.
    LET this be a lesson to you all.
    Oh no
    The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever - Jacques Cousteau

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    Great write up smileydiver! Keep up the good work, ignore the a$$hats

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    Quote Originally Posted by D-Diver View Post
    Great write up smileydiver! Keep up the good work, ignore the a$$hats
    Agreed - nothing better to do some people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iain/hsm View Post
    Yesterday was OK. Today is not as good day to visit, tomorrow maybe worse.
    Yes, the future is uncertain and it seems insanity is sweeping the planet as different groups of unpleasant people do their utmost to increase their influence (financial, military, political or in some silly club) at the expense of the majority who just want to live their lives and find happiness where they can.

    Whatever happens, the outcome for all of us is identical and it is merely when and how. We can respond to this by looking for ways to enjoy our time, and share good experiences with others with the possibility they are uplifted and respond by sharing their good experiences, or we can become a voice of despair and undermine the efforts of others to be happy.



 
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