I know, I know….. it has been some time since I posted a new blog. I’m sorry but I have just been so busy!
With the summer winding down and surf coming up on the North Shore I managed to get a few more dives in up there. Alex and I got to dive the YO-257 a few weeks ago and even though he only had one day to dive, we made the most of it. Hope that you will check out the blog, even though you aren’t working for google anymore! Also, Matt and I grabbed some tanks and headed up to the Trench to mess around with navigation and take some photos.
The weekend before that I had the honor of finishing up Melissa, Chris and Katie. These girls worked extra hard to become PADI Open Water Divers and battled some pretty rough conditions too. Great work ladies!
Last Thursday Nathan, Christine, Henry, Jess and Sherry all came out for an intro dive and Kelli saved the day. So much fun diving with you all. Hope the weekend was a blast. We saw all sorts of critters too….. turtles, eel and octopus. What a nice day to be out diving on the Kahala Kai.
Friday the pace really started to pick up. Team Korea was in town and Jaeman, Bokyung and Hyunjung were on a mission this weekend. We finished up Jaemans class on Friday but not before he and I got two dives in at Sharks Cove. Next we started on the Advanced Course for Bokyung and Jaeman…. meanwhile Hyunjung is taking pictures like crazy.
We really did get to dive everything but the Corsair. YO 257 shipwreck, Seatiger shipwreck, Horseshoe Reef, Kewalo Pipe, Fish Bunkers, Baby Barge, Fantasy Reef, Koko Craters, The Mahi Shipwreck and Turtles. 11 dives in four days and a night dive….. and here are all the pics!
With football season now upon us I have just one final remark. Go Ducks, Go Broncos and Go Warriors. Combined my teams are off to an 8-0 start!
Aloha and safe diving…..
Gabe @ Kaimana Divers
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