9/16/2006(Sat) No.2 - Telford Springs[Florida]





[Log]
Diver : Michael Clay
Dive Master :
Buddy : Joe Tegg
D.Service :
Weather : Sunny
Temp. : 90 Fahrenheit
Ave.w.temp : 69 Fahrenheit
Min.w.temp : 69 Fahrenheit
Diving Suit : 5mm Full Wetsuit
Inner Wear : Bathing Suit
Weight : 0 Lbs
Tank Material : Steel
Equipment : Cave Gear
S.I.Time : 02:28:00
Time In : 17:46:40
Time Out : 19:27:16
Dive Time : 01:38:00
Ave.Depth : 40 ft
Max.Depth : 67 ft
Safety Stop.Depth : 20 ft
Safety Stop.Time : 7 min
Tank Capacity : 219 Cu/Ft
Pres. In : 3400 PSI
Pres. Out. : 1700 PSI
Air Consum. : .92 CuFt/Min
Visibility H. : 80 ft
Visibility V. : 80 ft
Access1 : Shore
Access2 : Spring
Rating : ****
Dive Number : 206
Total Time : 176:20


[Memo]
We met TJ and his class here. We had a hillarious time helping one of his students into her 7mm wetsuit. When TJ posts it, I'll link to it. We followed the class into the cave. After fixing their primary line in, we shot passed them and ran a couple spools through the gaps so they would have a solid line for as far as they'd want to travel and silted it up pretty good. :-) Joe and I then shot all the way back to the "Rat"! Joe was kicking pretty hard. I was trying to keep up. He kept covering his light to see if I was still following. At one point I wanted to catch up so I covered my light until I was right up underneath him. I lit him up and started laughing. I don't think he appreciated it too much but it gave me time to catch up. :-) We came out slow, playing around and looking down other passage on the way. When we got to the exit, Joe pointed out the fact the the class had left us without a primary reel to find our way out. We jumped into a quick re-inactment of "A Deceptively Easy Way to Die", laughed and headed out. Good dive!



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