[Exi-bay-announce] Snorkeling in Point Lobos
whitaker at best.com
Sat Aug 21 19:24:25 UTC 2004
I might be interested in such a trip, provided that:
1.) we *not* dine at a vegetarian restaraunt. A place with great steaks or burgers, or at least
fantastic seafood, would be fine with me;
2.) I bring my spearfishing equipment along. I'm a competent freediver and hunter, so I'd like to
combine those activities on such a trip.
I have all my own equipment.
At 5:59 AM -0700 8/21/04, Mark Galeck wrote:
>Hi BA extropes,
>In the long-standing and mildly successful tradition of posting
>extropy-enhancing activities other than devouring sushi... (drums)
>On September 6 Labour Day, I would like to go snorkeling to Point Lobos
>State Preserve. I need a one (1) partner at least, or an odd number of them
>- they make reservations for snorkeling for teams of two people (but I don't
>know how many team spots on that day are left, so each team will need to
>make their own reservations). We can go early so you will be back for
>Fireworks. We can also replenish lost calories on our way back in Dharma's
>Natural Foods restaurant in Capitola - it's a fabulous place with
>extropy-enhancing foods (no sushi)
>http://dharmaland.com/restaurant/index.html. I have a 7-pass van so we can
>carpool from South Bay.
>What do you need?
>3 1/2 dollars for reservation per person + car share (total cost per car
>Wetsuit, snorkel, fins, good googles, oops goggles, (you can rent those
>things at diving shops around)
>Competent swimming ability - the snorkeling is at most 150 yards from the
>shore on the reef, but we may have to swim as much as 700 yards to get there
>from the beach, and this is in the ocean not in a swimming pool. In short,
>you need to be able to swim a mile or so, without getting tired. You don't
>really need to have snorkeled before, if you swim well, snorkeling is easy.
>Let me know if you want to join, serious only, if there is more than one
>person, I will reflect to everybody so you can form teams. ASAP before the
>reservations run out.
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