I am not out. I'm talking with Joe Miller. baseball. and wave dancers. bout how divers want to dive!
You can tell them you'll refund their money, put them on the plane, but
they'll still want to know if there's any way you can get them to the
dive site. Those boats have been tying up in that hole for decades,
probably centuries, when you think about the logs that came from that
area, whenever a storm comes to town. If it had been a barge and tug
with half a dozen local seamen, you would never have known about it. Now
everybody is going to stir-fry Peter Hughes' operation.
Ray made some good points, but nobody was sitting around the lounge
watching videos. If there's any truth to the boat breaking anchor and
hitting the Dancer, that reinforces my opinion that you use caution when
following the crowd. The best hunker holes are so packed for space that
you get people tied up near you that have poor/weak mooring. Now their
problem becomes yours.
most of that is joespeak.
and about what studs those cave rescue teams are.
[This message has been edited by Marty (edited 10-09-2001).]