As the water temp was in the upper 60's, I opted for the 3mm suit and was comfortable. Visibility was around 5 feet, which made it tough to keep track of my dive buddies, Mike and Scott. We still saw a lot of fish and even a manikin, which kind of appeared to be a severed boys head on our traverse around the lake counter clockwise. My buoyancy control continues to improve, but I am still a silt monster and have a hard time checking on my dive partners.
As a sort of treasure hunt, numbered PVC pipes are placed around the lake and we all found some. I think I had the lowest number at 7. After the dive and delicious BBQ provided by Coral Key, we started turning in our PVC and drawing a slip out of the tank. My girls selected Tusa Fins and I happily collected by new fins courtesy of Tusa.
Aside from the diving and prizes, it was great to meet some more of the Coral Key staff and have the family come out and see what all the fuss is about. The girls splashed around in the water some, but still prefer the friendly confines of pools.
Entering the Lake
Mike and me
Great looking Tusa Fins