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    If anybody visits a dive site please chime in and report the conditions now that Alberto is gone through.

    The walk to Buford is back to standing water. No report on the dive itself. I’m sure its mucked up.

    Paradise springs reports all clear until the OW divers arrive.

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    Im interested as well. Peacock and little river especially, coming down friday-wednesday.


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    Quote Originally Posted by J.D. Mislak
    Im interested as well. Peacock and little river especially, coming down friday-wednesday.
    Peacock and LR should be fine. They are more affected by rising river levels then a small rainstorm which was Alberto...

    Joe


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    "After my first 10 hours on a rebreather, I was a real expert. Another 40 hours of dive time later, I considered myself a novice. When I had completed about 100 hours of rebreather diving, I realized I was only just a beginner."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tegg
    a small rainstorm which was Alberto...
    glad you guys had it so easy down there.

    it's been cats and dogs up here since yesterday morning


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    Quote Originally Posted by BradfordNC
    Quote Originally Posted by Tegg
    a small rainstorm which was Alberto...
    glad you guys had it so easy down there.

    it's been cats and dogs up here since yesterday morning
    Well, "easy" is relative...

    it was not >cat 3, so yes... it was "easy"...

    Joe


    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Pyle
    "After my first 10 hours on a rebreather, I was a real expert. Another 40 hours of dive time later, I considered myself a novice. When I had completed about 100 hours of rebreather diving, I realized I was only just a beginner."

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    Well dont know about Live Oak or Lauraville but here in Valdosta,Ga. it was a much needed rain storm not enough to flood so I do not see it making to much of a problem for cave country. I hope to see you guy's and gal's next weekend post Fathers day weekend.

    (All give some, Some give ALL . Semper Fi) Safe Diving (JAMMER)

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    Default River Levels

    The River Levels website shows about a 1 foot jump in the last 24 hours but It might level off fairly quick

    http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/water+d...ver+levels.asp


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    Just got back from Buford this afternoon. Vis was crystal clear. Had an excellent dive. Just have to watch out for the 5' copperhead.


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    Ive got something for that copper head.



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    Default Ginnie

    Ginnie vis was normal today



 

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