Last Day Diving

I awoke to storms, not the sound you want to wake up to on your last day of diving.  However, in Florida, if you don’t like the weather wait five minutes and it will change.  It did not get to the beautiful blue skies however it did clear enough for us to go out.  I did my last dive on the Earl King which they allowed me to just swim around and take pictures.  To eagle rays swam over the wreck which was pretty cool.  I said my good-byes to the wreck and came up.  I sat out the next dive due to the fact that I was flying out early the next morning.

While I was on topside watch, some storms started brewing.  I had to call in the divers.  We headed back to the dock and back to Brenda’s house for a home cooked meal by her and her husband Tom.  I can not thank them enough for all they have done for me this week along with everyone else at Key Biscayne National Park.  I have met so many wonderful people I can not begin to name them all.

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