Looking for some good scuba reading?

If you’re like me, scuba is a big part of your life.   I also love to read.   Unfortunately, I rarely read good fiction that accurately and safely describes scuba diving.   Look no further!   My friend, Eric Douglas, is both a talented writer and a scuba instructor.  Eric has an interesting history with a background in journalism, scuba instruction and working for both PADI and DAN.   He’s written four adventure novels (available on Kindle, so you can get them right now) around “Mike Scott” a photojournalist and part-time adventure-hero.

Eric’s most recent novel, “Wreck of the Huron” is set against the historical sinking of the USS Huron in the 1870’s while en route to Cuba.  He’s woven an intricate story of intrigue and conspiracy with a fictional organization trying to help destabilize Spain’s government whilst it’s involved in the Cuban revolution.   Excellent read, but be prepared to lose some sleep–I did!


CPR guideline changes

In October 2010, guidelines for CPR were changed.   It’s now C-A-B, circulation, airway, breathing.

This does not mean your prior training is out of date, it just means that the latest research shows the new guidelines may be more effective in helping patients.

Contact me to sign up for a refresher today.  If it’s been more than 2 years since your last CPR course, you’re overdue!

Web site Update

Ok, it’s way overdue.  Time to revamp the website and WordPress seemed the answer.

Duck & Cover–there’s going to be debris flying whilst I make the transition.

Use the “Contact Me” link at the top to send me any feedback.

Happy Diving


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