Welcome to the Scuba Diving Blog where you’ll find articles related to anything scuba that tickles my imagination, and interest.
Read how to articles for slowing your scuba breathing so the air in your tank lasts longer. Read about ways to practice, and hone, your buoyancy control skills.
Sometimes I’ll write about a favorite piece of scuba equipment, or an item of gear I had the opportunity to experience. I’ll let you know if I like it enough to give you my recommendation, or didn’t like it so much that I warn you away.
You’ll learn about the places where I dived, and which ones I consider the best scuba diving locations. Some of these may surprise you. Prime diving experiences don’t always happen in warm blue water, or above a reef.
Look for my scuba musings articles where you’ll read about diving considerations such as:
Is it more fun diving deep (below 100-feet), or diving relatively shallow (from 30’ – 80’)? I’ll give you my opinions, and why I feel the way I do.
Why it’s a good idea to carry a dive light on every dive. Even when diving waters with 100 foot of visibility on a bright sunny day.
How to practice buoyancy control. Learn ways to understand exactly what your body is doing when you think you’re hovering in anti-gravity like conditions.
How the scuba equipment you use on every dive effects the air you breathe.
Why touching coral is a criminal act.
Why it’s sometimes a good thing to touch coral.
Why you should take time every once-in-a-while to jump in at night, find a clear spot on the bottom, turn your dive light off, and sit in total darkness.
How to earn the respect of your fellow divers, and be considered a diving expert.
These subjects, and more, show up in my articles. I think it’s good stuff. You might not, and that’s OK.
If you question any of the information here please leave a comment, and challenge me to back up what I say. Everybody has a right to his or her opinions, and I enjoy reading yours.
Just know up front that sometimes my imaginations get a little strange. Especially when I get high from going down…
I hope you like what you read here. And I hope some of my words help you become a better, and more responsible scuba diver.