Southern Trail Mooring Buoy
It was a cold and blustery sunday morning, so John Millar and Chris Phinney decided to visit an old friend and take down a project buoy for the season. The trip to the Southern Trail was quick at first with Chris at the helm, the inflatable skimmed over the chop easily. Once out of the Leslie Street Spitt’s lea, the trip slowed down as one meter swells rolled in. Piloting a zig zag course to compensate, the trip was completed without too many spine shattering bumps, taking only a few minutes longer than usual.
November 2007 – Team members of Liquid Archeology helped SOS Toronto with some preparations for a forthcoming survey of the Sligo. As many divers have noted lately, the long time resident of Humber Bay is deteriorating and SOS is planning to re-examine the remains for comparison to previous surveys.
Chris Moore, John Millar and I dove the “SA Queen” yesterday afternoon. Weather was hot but the winds were light. The lake was not too choppy at all. First time on this site for all three of us.
Photo by Chris Moore
Did some great diving last weekend in Kingston.
This was my first trip to the area and well worth the drive. I dove with my buddy Bryan who operates his boat “Shark Bite” as a mobile charter. Continue reading
So I have been back for a few days now but here is my trip report.
Dates: Jan 1 – Jan 15 2004
Place: Manzanillo Cuba
Resort: Club Amigo Farallon Del Caribe
This is our second time at this resort. Continue reading