A-Bay, Eh?

19 05 2013

Saturday, May 18th, 2013 ~

Today, I decided to go and meet up with Lisa, and a few members of the Clayton Dive Club. We were going to go for a fun dive on the Islander, so I brought my camera with me. Getting over the border took quite a long time, since it was a Saturday morning of a long weekend. There were about 10 rows of 50 cars each, and it took me about an hour to get to the customs agent. Of course, I have a van with dive gear, so they opened the door for a quick check, and off I went.

I finally arrived, and geared up for Diving Goodness! It was an absolutely gorgeous day, too!


Lisa was my model for the day!

The water was pretty murky, but I still like this one…

The wreck is pretty busted up, but it is still fun to see.


After doing a few spins around the wreck, practicing finning techniques, and having a few laughs, we made our way in.

Bottom Time: 49 mins.
Max. Depth: 45′
Water Temp.: 50F

As we came in, Timraughly (you will forever be known as that, Tim) was waiting for us, in case we needed a hand.

Group shot, taken by an onlooker…

…and of course, the “Snuggle” shot…

As we were packing up, Rick pulled in, so he joined us for some lunch, along the River. We went for some pizza!

We walked around for a bit, playing tourist. Most of the shops and stands were just opening up for the season.

Lisa was showing Psy how it’s done….


We also found this very dangerous place.

We mostly behaved, and got some gelato and sorbet. There were some pretty amazing treats in there!

What a fun day, playing tourist! Thanks for the treats and a great day, Lisa!

As I made my way back over the border, there was absolutely no line going either way. It was smooooooth sailing!

Until next time!




2 responses

13 06 2013
Lisa Jong-Soon Goodlin

I didn’t know what I was getting into when I said, “Sure, bring your camera,” but you made me look good, and it was a fun day hanging out with the Diving Goddess of the North.

13 06 2013

Lol… It definitely was a fun day! 🙂

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