What is the magic of the sea that continues to draw us back, time and time again, to immerse ourselves in it’s healing embrace? Is there something mystical about it? Is it a subliminal return to the place where some say we came from so many millions of years ago? Or is it the pleasant, muted euphoria that comes with the mind settling state of narcosis that the deep provides us?
Well I don’t know about you, but I’m going with #3 on the list above! Yeah baby – and it’s time to head down under the waves again! But this time of the year we’ve got so many fun additions to our normal Key Largo trip, including lobster hunting, and underwater pumpkin carving, to just add to the already great time we enjoy in America’s Caribbean.
Team Indian Valley Scuba head south today for another five wonderful days of splishing and splashing in the azure waters of the third largest natural reef system in the world, along the Florida Keys. Our destination is Amoray Dive Resort, one of the most pleasant and well run operation in the islands.
My day starts off with in quasi-typical fashion, nothing is packed and I still have to build some PVC pipe frames for our upcoming DEMA show booths. But wait, what, me worry? Naaah! We get the frames knocked out, I pack, sweep all the papers off my desk into my backpack, and actually head to the airport with time to spare! No adrenalin rush today, that is for sure!
More to follow…
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