04/14/2007(Sat) No.1 - Sulphur Springs[Florida]





[Log]
Diver : Michael Clay
Dive Master :
Buddy : Dave Couch
D.Service :
Weather : Sunny
Temp. : 78 Fahrenheit
Ave.w.temp : 72 Fahrenheit
Min.w.temp : 73 Fahrenheit
Diving Suit : Dry Suit
Inner Wear : Polartec
Weight : 0 Lbs
Tank Material : Steel
Equipment : Cave Gear
S.I.Time : 00:00:00
Time In : 11:33:15
Time Out : 12:06:06
Dive Time : 00:25:40
Ave.Depth : 24 ft
Max.Depth : 54 ft
Safety Stop.Depth : ft
Safety Stop.Time : min
Tank Capacity : 219 Cu/Ft
Pres. In : 3400 PSI
Pres. Out. : 3100 PSI
Air Consum. : 1.02 Lbs/Min
Visibility H. : 60 ft
Visibility V. : 60 ft
Access1 : Shore
Access2 : Spring
Rating : ****
Dive Number : 227
Total Time : 192:37


[Memo]
This was a hole in the middle of the Wakiva river that Alton, one of Dave's friends, took us to. I signaled to Dave that I was going in and headed in alone. It went back, then drops straight down a chimney to about 55ft. I crawled in and got to the bottom, where it levels out. Just then, I got hit with a landslide of shells, sticks and other debri. I moved a little lower into a small opening and worked my way around until I was facing out, then swam through the debri torrent, following my line, to get back out. Glad I ran that line! :-) Alton later appologized for causing the landslide. No big deal but I may have made it a bit further had I not had to deal with that. It was pretty tight though, I was ready to come out anyway.



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