Thursday, June 18, 2009

South Carolina

Wow, I haven't been here in a long time. Seems life keeps us quite busy at times. So I'm going to tell you about my trip to South Carolina. My best friends daughter was making her First Holy Communion and there were plans for lots of parties etc. So of course If I get to go diving nothing else matters to me. I spent the entire 15 days doing just what I Love...diving, hanging around with people you Love and making new memories. I even went to a Luau at the family's local church and had a blast !

Monday, January 21, 2008

Just a quick hi !!

Ok so I know I haven't been bloggin much, but life has me

quite busy these days. This pic was taken on January6th, 2008 and I think it's official, I lost all my holiday tan :-( well, I guess that means....yes ....I'm going to Florida (diving of course) March 30th, hey, a girl needs to maintain her tan somehow!! Hope all of you are doing well. Hugs to my friends.

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Merry Christmas

To all my special friends (you know who you are) I hope you all had a wonderful christmas ! I didn't want to think about how cold it is outside, so I have decided to post a few pics from the beach in

South Carolina( pics from October) well I wish I was there right now.

Sunday, December 16, 2007

Bonaire 2007

Well.....Here's Connie (Iggys wife) and of course....Me!!

First pic is taken at Chibi Chibi , we went there for dinner. Ig and I went diving, and Connie worked on her tan by the pool.

Bonaire 2007

So I'm back....Heres a pic of my friend Iggy and me. Iggy is a hard core Jersey wreck diver, he and his lovely wife Connie joined me for the second week of my trip. Theres going to be a load of pics going up in the next 2 weeks.

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

The "Sherman"

These are just a few of the many pictures I have of the wreck. The ribs are quite impressive for such an old wreck, and theres alot to see, vis was great till the newbies showed up.

The mast of the " Sherman" wreck

Ok since Morgan insists I

actually write something...... This photo is obviously the mast of the "Sherman" Which was a 200' blocade runner. This ship sunk in 1874, and this post war wreck lies in 52' of water 6 miles from Little River Inlet on the North /South Carolina border. For those willing to hunt, you can still find US belt buckles, buttons, bottles and fossils.