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Profile Comments > Johanna
Johanna - 2/21/2013 9:52 PM
Thanks :-)
Greg - 2/20/2013 1:09 PM
Happy birthday!
timjritter - 5/30/2010 9:08 PM


Just looking to build a dive buddy network in puget sound. I dive a lot and its hard to find buddies all the time. i’ve built a facebook groups page that will hopefully develop into kind of a "grab a buddy and go" type of thing. whenever you get the itch to dive just check the page and see if there is someone to go with. here is the link.!/group.php?gid=126050544083061
Crayonsinchan - 2/01/2010 5:13 AM
Thanks, and hope you enjoy it.....

Nitrox32Rocks - 2/20/2009 9:37 PM
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UberScubaDude - 9/24/2008 11:36 AM

Thanks for the complements on the photos - I am working on improving my skills.

Yes, as a matter of fact I do dive in the Sound! I usually do Bandito boat dives out of Tacoma, Mikes Beach in Hood Canal or Edmonds Underwater Trails. I live in W. Seattle and want to dive Seacrest. I’d like to dive more often in the Sound but I usually have trouble finding a dive buddy. How often do you dive the Sound and are you interested in acquiring a new dive buddy? 

This weekend, I may dive Mikes Beach in Hood Canal (it all depends if the dive shop - Seven Seas Scuba, Vancouver, Wa - has availability). Fingers crossed; if not I could always be talked into a weekend dive somewhere around the Sound...
Birna - 2/15/2008 8:53 AM
DiveAdventuresAsia - 2/07/2008 2:13 PM
Come see us in Thailand, the water is warm over here!Dive Adventures Asia
Oryon - 1/09/2008 4:30 PM
That would be correct. I visited my mother on the Big Island and this was right out in the surf behind our hotel. How`s things been. My dive buddy moved to Houston so I am again looking for somebody to dive with. I am busy the next couple of weekends but after that -- bring it on.
HowardH - 1/08/2008 10:09 AM
Thanks, it was a very memorable experience. I had never seen a shark in open water before. Magnificent creatures, and so obviously powerful.
DownUnderAZ - 1/02/2008 10:51 PM
Thanks for the add, see you around :}
PugetDiver - 1/02/2008 3:21 PM
Thanks, though my Birthday was really October 2nd, and I updated the mistake in my profile. Happy new year.
HowardH - 1/02/2008 11:32 AM
Thanks Johanna! You`re first in line with that. :-) Take care, Howard
granroth - 12/18/2007 11:25 AM
Thank You! I am very excited about it. I have only gotten to dive once from it. I am not sure how much I will use it this first winter but I would love for you to join me when I go.
Oryon - 12/13/2007 12:28 PM
Well, if you need somebody to dive with I would likely be willing. Winter is okay by me though I still dive wet and surface intervals can be slightly unfriendly. Most (okay all) of my diving has been South Sound and Hood Canal. I have a 1-1/2 hour drive just to get to Olympia. My buddy is back for the weekend and we are heading to Jorstead Creek Hood Canal on saturday ~10:00 am ish. You would be welcome.
Bushido - 12/11/2007 6:52 PM
This is in Antarctica, Taken last year by UCSC`s DSO on his trip down there. A bit pricey for the average diver. Not to mention the 300 lbs of gear you have to wear. I believe water temp is at 29 degrees. I forget what the line is for, but I`ll find out.
scubadiver98282 - 11/13/2007 3:08 PM
Thanks Johanna, we will have to dive sometime.