Jump! Jump! Jump!

One of the best things about SCUBA diving is the places it will take you.

Learning to SCUBA dive can be a life-changing experience.  The world it opens up and the rare sights you are able to see can change your life – it did for me.  I remember practicing in the pool at UC Santa Cruz not knowing if I would enjoy such a strange and surreal experience.  During my first dive I took a camera with me to document the adventure.  I am still diving to this day, and I hope you read this and the next few blogs and consider getting certified.  Here are the highlights: an otter nibbling my buddy’s fin, and my instructor, our very own Paul Tompkins, directing me down the float line.

Watch out for marine life: they sometimes come looking for you to play with.

Descending down to the underwater world!

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