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    Default Eagles Nest 8/20/11

    Visibility has improved a little, in the down stream tunnel it was about 40' in the room of dreams. Other than the muck I knocked up taking my right bottle off to squeeze through a tunnel at 250' the viz continued to be about the same. max depth was 311' about 600' down the tunnel before Forrest and I turned on deco and cut the new line and made our way out. I left a blue cookie on the line marking the jump.









    lol, this should be good


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    A month after full cave, good thing you took it slow and gained a bit of experience



    I mean ****, bottle off restriction at 250' with slightly better than a dozen cave dives under your belt, what the hell could go wrong?

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    It will be interesting to hear Forrest's opinion on this dive.

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    Hey, it's only ten after two...and Diepolder is practically across the street! Edd showed you that skip breathing thing, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenwood_60 View Post
    It will be interesting to hear Forrest's opinion on this dive.
    I'm still waiting to hear Stairman's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenwood_60 View Post
    It will be interesting to hear Forrest's opinion on this dive.
    it was his idea actually


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    Quote Originally Posted by SuPrBuGmAn View Post
    A month after full cave, good thing you took it slow and gained a bit of experience
    No worries. In sidemount, one is safer for that so called "extreme" diving. Plus, maybe you're just a slower learner then him...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tegg View Post
    No worries. In sidemount, one is safer for that so called "extreme" diving. Plus, maybe you're just a slower learner then him...
    Dumb as a brick, but still alive to make stupid comments.


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    Wow.

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    I feel so inadequate today. First, Pink Arrows flashed her Shearwater in my face all weekend and now this? My first dive in EN I *barely* touched the top of the debris mound...

    Dave

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