This last weekend, I went to High Springs, Florida to take GUE Fundamentals (a specialized SCUBA class) It was taught by Douglas Mudry, a GUE instructor and member of The Woodville Karst Plain Project (WKPP). He is a very accomplished Cave diver in North Central Florida. Interestingly enough, he had an apprentice diver that was learning to be a GUE instructor. His name was Frederick "Fritz" Hanselmann. Fritz just happened to be an Underwater Archaeologist that is also a Doxa enthusiast. He has a 5000T Pro and also 750T. I couldn't believe what a small world it is in the Doxa world.
See this page about Fritz: Latest DOXA News
I just thought that maybe you guys might appreciate a few dive pictures of the Long weekend class with a couple fellow Doxa enthusiasts.
Filling Station at Extreme Exposure Dive Shop in High Springs Florida
Doug and Fritz's gear ready to go to Ginnie Springs
A collection of Tanks just waiting to go diving at Extreme Exposure
A Picture on the wall behind the counter at Extreme Exposure
Upcoming GUE Dive Classes at Extreme Exposure
Fritz and Ty (Subkrawler) getting ready to hit the water at Ginnie Springs
Ty readying his gear. Note the 750T Searambler on his wrist
Our group entering the water at Ginnie Springs
Last Minute equipment Check before commencing on the dive
The Start of the Dive
Myself with the two instructors. From Left to Right Doug Mudry, Myself, and Fritz Hanselmann. I realize that Fritz was wearing a G-Shock, but he had been wearing the 5000T on an Isofrane strap earlier in the week.
I hope you enjoyed the pictures.