Cave diving in France

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Re: Cave diving in France

Postby ChrisB » Sat Jul 24, 2010 8:32 pm

NEMES1S wrote:
petemes wrote:all we are missing is a french stick loaf and a beret

You mean like this Pete...??
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Once Jamie sees this.... i pity you Nem... but on your next course if you DON'T surface after 30min - i'm sure someone will inform your next-of-kin :D
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Re: Cave diving in France

Postby Jamie O » Sun Jul 25, 2010 2:27 am

What the hell! I go off line for a few days and look what happens. Some people spend far too much time trawling the internet in my opinion.

All I can say is that I thought I had a pretty good repertoire of scenarios to bring to my courses but having watched Chris (GUE Cave 3 instructor and training council member) teach a cave class for a whole week I've learned a few more - and Nem is going to be the first to 'enjoy' them all.

I have an open spot on an Intro to Cave class in October if you're interested Nem......... For you I could do a really great deal, as long as you pay upfront......
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Re: Cave diving in France

Postby NEMES1S » Sun Jul 25, 2010 2:21 pm

Jamie O wrote:What the hell! I go off line for a few days and look what happens. Some people spend far too much time trawling the internet in my opinion.

All I can say is that I thought I had a pretty good repertoire of scenarios to bring to my courses but having watched Chris (GUE Cave 3 instructor and training council member) teach a cave class for a whole week I've learned a few more - and Nem is going to be the first to 'enjoy' them all.

I have an open spot on an Intro to Cave class in October if you're interested Nem......... For you I could do a really great deal, as long as you pay upfront......

Pay up front..!! ha ha ha ha well you know that's not going to work ha ha ha... :lol: :lol:

Definitely keen to do the training but things will be pretty tight leading up to December,when you are back in town drop us a line...!!

And you know I "love" GUE problem scenarios...ha ha ha
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Re: Cave diving in France

Postby Tony » Wed Jul 28, 2010 10:58 pm

Jamie O wrote:What the hell! I go off line for a few days and look what happens. Some people spend far too much time trawling the internet in my opinion.

All I can say is that I thought I had a pretty good repertoire of scenarios to bring to my courses but having watched Chris (GUE Cave 3 instructor and training council member) teach a cave class for a whole week I've learned a few more - and Nem is going to be the first to 'enjoy' them all.

I have an open spot on an Intro to Cave class in October if you're interested Nem......... For you I could do a really great deal, as long as you pay upfront......


I'd love to watch Nem try and deal with these new scenarios Jamie, sounds like a lot of fun.
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