After having swam the Mainland and Sweet Surprise tunnels a few times, I had still not done the crossover tunnel, which connects the two. Circuits aren’t necessarily all that appealing to me, I’ve only done one of them outside of training before today, but Allen has been talking this one up to me for a… Continue reading Mainland and Sweet Surprise Circuit @ Ginnie Springs
I saw a post over on Scuba Board by Errol Kalayci with TDS Divers about a DIR charter, with lots of people attending who I’ve chatted with quite a bit on forums, but never met in person; as well as several people who I’ve met before. Now, before reading the review, realize I’m by no… Continue reading Jupiter Dive Center & TDS Divers in Jupiter, FL
If you’re familiar with cave diving, you know that sites under active exploration are taboo to talk about. While that’s nice if you’re the one exploring it, it makes it incredibly difficult to find various sites if you hear rumors of them and want to follow up to see what all the fuss is about. … Continue reading Trying to find the infamous funnel…
Since I was already in the South Florida area, I couldn’t leave and not go diving. Cris had some friends of hers that were going out, so I decided to join them. After borrowing a set of LP85 doubles from a cave diving friend who lives in South Florida, I was ready to dive. We… Continue reading “Wreck Trek” with Parrot Island Scuba
Tonight I finally had the opportunity to go on a photo shoot with Becky of Liquid Productions LLC, something I had wanted to do for a long time. Andreas was my buddy for the shoot, which worked well, as we had tons of time with a single stage and back gas since we’ve both dove… Continue reading Photo Shoot with Becky Kagan Schott of Liquid Productions LLC
I’ve been slacking on my blog posts, but this weekend had an interesting find worth sharing. It went about like every other weekend around here, lots of diving with hopes of getting a cool project to work on. Here’s a brief summary- Saturday we went to Wilson Springs. This system goes about 3600ft, with the… Continue reading A weekend of frustration…with huge excitement to wrap it up!
This weekend we were off to 5 Hole, an extensive cave system at Suwannee River State Park. A few of us had been asked to help make a video to show the park staff what a beautiful system they’re protecting. Since this site is permit only, it’s very pristine, but lines aren’t kept up to… Continue reading 5 Hole, Suwannee River State Park
8am sharp my alarm clock disrupted my sleep pattern, and it was time to clean the car out to make room for dive gear! Today was the first weekend that Jug Hole would be open to cave diving for the season! My dive here almost a year ago was one of my first side mount… Continue reading Jug Hole – Well worth the walk!
Convict Springs is located at the River Rendezvous campground. The people who own this are very friendly, and allow diving here free as long as you can prove side mount experience and full cave and sign their liability waiver during business hours. Since it is free, if you choose to dive here, please at least… Continue reading Convict Springs – Doin’ it once to say you’ve done it…
After a fun night of camping, Jeff and I stopped by my parents place to drop off the scooters from the Ginnie dive the night before, grab fresh batteries, and head over to Tallahassee to dive one of my favorite caves, Airport Sink. Now, I’ll be honest, it’s not the real name of this cave,… Continue reading Airport Sink – One of the most beautiful caves in Florida