Thursday, April 26, 2007
I made a second dive today, with Dominique, to advance his divemaster task of mapping a local dive site. His site is the Marine Museum and we used this afternoon's dive to explore one of the many lines that criss cross the underwater landscape. This particular one proved to be relatively uninteresting, but you don't know that until you investigate.
We entered the water in fair conditions - and watching what appeared to be departure preparations on board HMCS Halifax, moored offshore. Our exit was in light rain - and Halifax had gone...
The water was the same 39F (3C) as recorded this morning at Howe Island and visibility was about 25 - 30 feet.