Thursday, December 21, 2006

Dive Report - December 21st, 2006

Today's dive was made in bright sunlight and little wind. The Lake was relatively calm and conditions pretty good. Jim, Dianne and I spent about 38 minutes wandering around Morton's Wharf and inspecting the (very shallow) remains of the HMS St Lawrence nearby.

Highlight - apart from actually being close to the massive timbers of a 19th century warship - spotting a couple of large, and pretty implacable, Northern Pike on the return journey.

A few minutes of low-res video of the dive can be found on Google Video. More work needed on this particular discipline.

Water temperature remains stubbornly stuck at about 40F (5C). Visibility was something like 35 feet.

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