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If you never dove in a stone quarry you probably don’t understand what we midwestern divers go through to give ourselves the pleasure of going down, and enjoying our favorite sport. Sometimes our diving activity is abundant with struggling and suffering from the extra gear we must lug along, to the extremes in temperatures, to the limitations (or total lack) of visibility.
Fins are also among the most difficult scuba equipment to select for the beginning diver. Most especially because before you gain diving experience you really don’t know what your preferred diving style is. And different diving styles require different types of flipper.
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I always take two knives on a dive. One has a pointed tip, the other knife’s tip is blunt. In fact I fixed the knife sheaths to my buoyancy control device (BCD) a long time ago with tie wraps so the knives are always with me on a dive.
I don’t dive in too cold water much these days. I don’t care for the shiver mode that puts my body into after I climb out of the pond. But I rarely miss the pumpkin carving dive events in October. Those are interesting dives simply because of the extra difficulties involved in maneuvering the pumpkin at depth.
We arrived at Falling Rock around eleven thirty, and the park was already packed. I was somewhat surprised because I wasn’t expecting a lot of divers. The surprise faded quickly as I realized all the people I seen were swimming.