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    California Channel Islands, Anacapa Island

    Did some dives at Anacapa on the 23'rd, good water conditions, Squale as main dive watch

    Also took the parts special for its real world leak test

    It passed, not a watch I would dive because of the bezel indexing but it will word as a loaner.
    A few miles away a tragic oil spill, so far localized.
    Anacapa light house












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    The Dude Abides Nokie's Avatar
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    Beautiful pictures again.

    You sure dive in some nice locations.
    "Either He's Dead, Or My Watch Has Stopped....."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nokie View Post
    Beautiful pictures again.

    You sure dive in some nice locations.
    Thanks Nokie, I try to. Will be back out to anacapa next Saturday to see if we have any change in conditions.

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    Great pictures!
    Regards Cam

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    Thanks for sharing your great dive photos. They certainly give a sense of what goes on under the waves. Interestingly I just finished reading San Miguel by T.C. Boyle. It gives a little of the (historic) flavor of the islands above the waterline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinylgreek View Post
    Thanks for sharing your great dive photos. They certainly give a sense of what goes on under the waves. Interestingly I just finished reading San Miguel by T.C. Boyle. It gives a little of the (historic) flavor of the islands above the waterline.
    Other than the bars on Catalina I've never set foot on any of the islands

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexvil View Post
    Other than the bars on Catalina I've never set foot on any of the islands
    That certainly qualifies as getting some of the spirits of the islands.

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    Just seen this and I'm so happy to see that case under the sea. Fantastic work!

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