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November 7, 2011
We are into Nov. and still no snow and the lakes are still open and it is suppose to be warm and dry for at least this week. Most lakes are down as we have not had much rain since July. The lakes are clearing up because of the time of year and the water level being down. The water temperatures are above normal for this time of year.
If anyone wants to make a dive after this coming weekend let me know and we will try and get a dive in this month before is ice on the lakes.
There was a commercial diver that drowned in Lake Sakakawea by Garrison while working on a rural water system about a week ago. I have not heard on how it happened.
We will be having some specials coming up for the Christmas season and will post them here and on the website, so watch for them.
This has been a good season for diving with weather being great and most lakes having good visibility. Those that went on the Superior trip had great weather and good diving and were interested in doing the north shore of Lake Superior trip next year. We normally have done that trip in September but I think we will try an August trip this coming summer.
I would still like to hear about your diving experiences so we can have more content on the website. If you were in a new lake this summer or found something neat email us a picture and we will post it.
All the class went well this summer. These students finished their Open Waters David R, Rory T, Aaron Y, Krystra Y, Keven C, Chris W, Ross A, Carmen K, Dan K, Mark W, Courtney D, Judy E, Jessica E, and Eric S. Those completing their Advanced Rating were Charles B, Justin E, Tyler E, Ryan P, and Cody S. Specialties completed were night; Justin E, Deep; Justin E, and Ryan T, spearfishing; Chris W.
I have had a couple of divers requests an ice diving class in Dec. so if you want to take the class or having taken the ice class in the past you are welcome to join us. It will be over Christmas as that is when they will be in the area and it will depend on if we have enough ice. I will post more as it gets closer.
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