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    Re: San Diego charter?

    Quote Originally Posted by Yankee Rebel  View Original Post
    may i suggest that if a local diver is willing to accept the shipment that those traveling get together and order several kegs of sorb from an affordable source and have them delivered to the local diver. group buy sort of thing.. leave the extra sorb with the local diver as a "thankyou" for the help. also save on logistics that way, and prevents having to potentially pay extra at the shops.
    Why not support a shop that is willing to carry CCR supplies? Doesn't it make sense to help build interest and support in that community for our type of diving?

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    Re: San Diego charter?

    The only sorb suppliers currently in town are Aquatech which always has plenty of 4-8 or IB Divers which carries 6-12 but would need advanced notice that several divers would be coming to get sorb. Also if Joel is coming out that could be another sorb source. If you guys can let me know dates and whos interested in coming, I can try to line up a boat here.

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    Re: San Diego charter?

    Hey

    Could you keep me in the loop? I could zip down from LA in about 2 hours

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    Re: San Diego charter?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mixaddict  View Original Post
    Why not support a shop that is willing to carry CCR supplies? Doesn't it make sense to help build interest and support in that community for our type of diving?
    my reply would hijack the thread. suffice it to say that i apoligize for my miopic suggestion that was only intended to help. im sorry.

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    Re: San Diego charter?

    Guys,
    When you firm up the dates let me know; I'd like to help you out, just let me know what I can do to help. Its not hard getting supplies but planning would help, as the traffic can be a bear around here.

    I sure hope is warms up soon, last week it was 48 degrees on the yukon.

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    Re: San Diego charter?

    Quote Originally Posted by scubanimal  View Original Post
    Guys,
    When you firm up the dates let me know; I'd like to help you out, just let me know what I can do to help. Its not hard getting supplies but planning would help, as the traffic can be a bear around here.

    I sure hope is warms up soon, last week it was 48 degrees on the yukon.
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    Re: San Diego charter?

    ya but this is so cal. we are supposed to be able to leave the dry suits at home. Millerton was about 45 below the thermocline and it was at thirty ft. i was starting to wish i had a hot water suit.
    rick

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    Re: San Diego charter?

    Quote Originally Posted by rdmmdr  View Original Post
    ya but this is so cal. we are supposed to be able to leave the dry suits at home. Millerton was about 45 below the thermocline and it was at thirty ft. i was starting to wish i had a hot water suit.
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