The colder weather is coming and you may be thinking of putting your diving equipment away for the season. You may even be thinking of dragging out that equipment used for the wrong form of water (i.e. skiing). But, wait; Don’t stop diving now! The weather outside is wonderful and the lake water is clearer — I’d like to say clear but this is Texas.
Now is the time to start thinking about taking some continuing diver education courses. Why not get ready for some colder water diving or our California trip by taking a dry suit course? Or, maybe it is time to learn how to field repair your diving equipment. You could even get ready for the 2018 Oceanic Ventures Photography Contest by enrolling in an underwater photography class.
Fall and winter are great times to enroll in classes. You can keep your skills sharp and improve your diving knowledge. Even if you don’t like diving in the colder water, the pool is warm and you can complete your dives in a warm tropical location. Of course, I would not recommend a warm tropical location for your dry suit open water. Think about photography, navigation, equipment field repairs, marine life identification, marine cooking and Principles of Technical Diving.
Call Dive Mom to find out when you can start your program.