Archive for January, 2014

29Jan

OFF THE GRID

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I am going to be off the grid for a few days.  All is well (other than the chilly temperatures hampering my efforts to complete outdoor chores  in Texas).  I will be attending the BSA National Aquatics Task Force meetings this weekend.  I will post when I can.

Stay warm, stay safe, stay dry.  The situation in Atlanta is very concerning.  Be Prepared has many applications.  The Weather Channel is based in Atlanta, Georgia.  They have been very vocal this morning saying they provided an accurate forecast and that government officials in Atlanta failed to take appropriate measures.

I am traveling about very rural areas of Southeast Texas where we have had ice and snow issues off and on for the past two weeks.  On occasion, some of the bridges will be treated with sand.  But these rural areas do not have equipment to prepare the roads for this type of weather.  I have extra winter clothes, a blanket, pillow, water, flashlights and other survival gear in my car.  I think this mess in Atlanta has made it clear that you need to be prepared even in the big cities.  How prepared are you?

Capt. Steve Willis
Professional Scuba Bum™

WORKSHOP

The BSA National Aquatics Task Force hosts an aquatic workshop every two years.  The workshop is frequently (but not always) held at the Florida Sea Base.  The 2012 workshop was held in Arkansas for a couple of reasons.  We hoped that the change in venue would attract more participants from the BSA Western Region.  That did not happen.  As a matter of fact, the overall attendance dropped compared to previous years.  The positives included reduced cost.  This seemed to allow more young, new blood to attend the workshop.  We also tried to have more practical sessions versus classroom/lectures.

The 2014 BSA Aquatics workshop will be held at the Florida Sea Base from 23 to 25 October.  This is one of the topics we will discuss next week at the BSA Aquatics Task Force meeting in Irving, Texas.  We are considering various hands-on opportunities for the participants.  No decisions have been made but some of the activities being considered include stand-up paddle boarding, kayaking, canoe, small boat sailing, canoeing, snorkeling and possibly scuba diving.  Other than the date and place, there are no other details at this time.  Cost, topics and activities are all up for discussion next weekend at the ATF meeting and it will likely be me-summer before a final agenda is set.

The workshop frequently sells out when held at the Florida Sea Base.  I will post registration information as soon as it becomes available (later this year).

Historically, the average high temperature for October in the Florida Keys is 84°, the average low temperature is 76° and the average water temperature is 82°.  The average rainfall for October is 4.4″.  These numbers are NOT specific to the Florida Sea Base and are historical averages, not a forecast.  October is one of the slow seasons in the Keys but the weather is usually very pleasant.

WEATHER

With yet another winter storm pressing through the majority of the US, conditions at the Florida Sea Base are very tolerable.

The NWS forecast for the coming week is much better than most of the country.

Today: Sunny, with a high near 79. Southeast wind around 5 mph.
Tonight: A slight chance of showers. Partly cloudy, with a low around 68. Southeast wind around 5 mph becoming calm in the evening. Chance of precipitation is 10%.
Wednesday: A chance of showers. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 77. Northeast wind 5 to 10 mph increasing to 10 to 15 mph in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation is 30%.
Wednesday Night: A chance of showers. Cloudy, with a low around 66. Breezy, with a northeast wind 15 to 20 mph. Chance of precipitation is 50%.
Thursday: A chance of showers. Cloudy, with a high near 75. Breezy, with a north wind 15 to 20 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30%.
Thursday Night: Cloudy, with a low around 67.
Friday: Partly sunny, with a high near 78.
Friday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 71.
Saturday: Partly sunny, with a high near 80.
Saturday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 71.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 80.
Sunday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 70.
Monday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 79.

The NWS marine forecast is not bad either althoughWednesday and Thursday will be breezy.

Today: Northeast to east winds 5 to 10 knots early…becoming east to southeast. Seas 1 foot or less. Nearshore waters smooth to a light chop.
Tonight: Variable winds 5 to 10 knots. Seas less than 1 foot. Nearshore waters mostly smooth. Isolated showers.
Wednesday: North to northeast winds 5 to 10 knots early…increasing to 15 knots in the afternoon. Seas less than 1 foot early…building to 1 to 2 feet in the afternoon. Nearshore waters mostly smooth early…becoming a moderate chop in the afternoon. Scattered showers.
Wednesday Night: Northeast winds near 20 knots. Seas 2 to 3 feet. Nearshore waters rough. Scattered showers.
Thursday: Northeast winds 15 to 20 knots. Seas 2 to 3 feet. Nearshore waters choppy. Scattered showers.
Thursday Night: Northeast winds near 15 knots. Seas 2 to 3 feet. Nearshore waters a moderate chop.
Friday Through Saturday Night: Mainly east winds near 15 knots. Seas 2 to 3 feet. Nearshore waters a moderate chop.

Capt. Steve Willis
Professional Scuba Bum™

26Jan

PROGRESS

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HELPFUL

“A Scout is helpful”.  You can apply any of the Scout Laws to Florida Sea Base Scuba Instructor Rich Goldman.  Rich has been a Scout all of his life and he is proof that you can live the Scout Oath and Scout Law every day and still have a successful and fun life.  Rich splits his time between Florida and his home in Howell, New Jersey.

This weekend Rich is in the Keys completing PADI Open Water Training Dives for some students from the shop he affiliates with in New Jersey, Divers Two Inc.  Rich brags about the shop frequently and I hope that MAYBE I will get to spend a day or two wreck diving with them one of these days.

Knowing Rich as I do, he will be spending a weekend at the Florida Sea Base in the near future volunteering to teach PADI scuba courses to FSB seasonal staff members.

WATER TEMPERATURE

Water temperature is a major factor in the enjoyment (and financial success) of marine related activities in the Keys, especially for scuba diving.  The water temperature on the reef is currently running in the 72°/73°F range.  It will cool down to around 70 as winter progresses.  If you click on the WEATHER tab on this site you will find the historical averages for air and water temperatures by month.  Just like we whine about the cold air temperatures, most long time visitors and residents of the Keys are very timid about diving once the water temperature dips below 80°.  I am blessed to do a lot of diving during the Florida Sea Base Divemaster Academy in December/January of each year.  The water is cooler than 80 degrees by then, but is usually tolerable.  We have had a few academies where we struggled with water temperatures around 70, but those are rare.

 POOL

Rich Goldman sent these pictures early Sunday morning before taking his New Jersey students diving.  The construction company is making some decent progress.

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Capt. Steve Willis
Professional Scuba Bum™

After being up for over 40 hours, I was very disappointed that I didn’t sleep more than three hours Wednesday night.  I stayed fairly busy yesterday but did manage a 30 minute nap.  This is not starting out as much of a vacation. I received 67 emails yesterday.  This morning it is 22° at the house but I’m headed to Denton this morning and its 13° there – a great reminder of why I moved to the Florida Keys.  We are dry here but it is snowing to our south, including our homestead which is northeast of Houston.  It is very rare to get snow there.

FSB

I did not hear anything about yesterday’s activities at the Florida Sea Base.  The weather is cool and sunny with moderate breezes.  We received and reviewed our year end financials.  Telecommuting does have advantages.  I did my best to spend all my 2013 money but still had a surplus.  That’s a shame because that money doesn’t roll over.  It’s not totally lost, some goes in to our capital projects fund.  I think that most of the remainder goes to the Summit to try to whittle down their unbelievable debt.

USVI

Captains Mike and Kelly Lucivero called me from St. Thomas, United States Virgin Islands yesterday afternoon.  They have just arrived there after a three month odyssey from the Florida Sea Base and through the Bahamas.  They have spent a lot of time in the Bahamas on previous trips and were in no hurry.

Captain Mike said it was 85° at the marina yesterday.  He and Captain Kelly will begin making preparations for our inaugural summer season today; there is certainly a lot to do.  Home port for the program will be Sapphire Marina.  [I tried several times to insert a Google Maps link but I am having technical difficulties.  I will confer with I today and maybe have it posted tomorrow.]  Those of you with reservations for 2014 are VERY fortunate indeed.  For the rest of you, 2015 reservations are open NOW and close on 15 February 2014 for the 2015 summer season.  Passports are NOT required.  Airfare is cheaper to St. Thomas than to Miami from some airports.

The next island to the east, St. Johns, will also play a big part in the new sailing program.  Much of the island is a US National Park.  The details are still being worked out, but the NP management is very excited to have Scouts using the island and working on service projects.  I am very excited about this program.  I will pass along as much information as I can as preparations evolve.

Capt. Steve Willis
Professional Scuba Bum™
Shivering in North Texas

 

Today’s post may not have much news about the Florida Sea Base.  Here’s why.  I got up Tuesday morning at 04:00 cleaned up and started packing for my upcoming trip to Dallas.  I started “work” around 05:50 and had a productive day until 13:30/1:30pm.  Another weather front was approaching from the west and the skies were blackening and a quick check of the radar confirmed that rain was soon to follow.

I was scheduled to leave for Dallas this weekend.  But I was caught up with applications (ran out) and I had reviewed all of the scuba medicals that had been received and there was NOTHING that I needed to work on that required my  physical presence at the base.  I had a retainer check for the Florida Sea Base health supervisor that needed to be delivered to his office in Miami.  Then I thought that driving to Miami would put me more than 2 hours closer to Texas.

I quickly loaded my stuff into the car, finishing just as the first raindrops fell, and headed for Miami.  What a drive!  It took over two hours to make the first 60 miles.  No wrecks, no holiday, no reason for traffic crawling along at 30 miles per hour.  I expected to arrive at the doctor’s office around 15:30/3:30pm but barely made it by 17:00/5pm.  Now I was in Miami at rush hour.

I took a deep breath and cranked up XM radio and slowly headed north.  I drove until 21:00/9pm and (having been up since 04:00) decided I was too tired to drive any more.  I stopped at a rest area and took a 30 minute nap in the drivers seat.  For the rest of the night I drove a couple of hours and then napped for 30 -45 minutes.  The temperature in the Florida panhandle was in the 24 degree range and sleep in the car, with the motor turned off, was not a good long term proposition.  I arrived in Dallas around 19:30/7:30pm Wednesday.  I am taking a week of working vacation time and will then attend the BSA committee meetings starting on 01 February.  I have an appointment Monday with the eye doctor.  I CRUSHED my glasses during the Divemaster Academy and have been limping by with an old pair from two or three prescriptions ago.  (Slamming a 40 pound steel scuba tank on top of wire framed glasses should be avoided.)  I have some other doctor appointments while I’m here.

WELCOME HOME

That’s enough about me.  Florida Sea Base General Manager Captain Paul Beal is in New York welcoming Lt. Catie Beal home from Afghanistan. (And how perfectly appropriate to greet her with Yellow Roses from Texas!!!)

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NEW STAFF MEMBER

Recently retired from the Air Force, now MISTER Rick Kuras has joined the Florida Sea Base staff as a mechanic.  This is very exciting in that our vehicles will now receive much improved maintenance and Rick will be able to work on the dive boats.  Rick is joining four other family members at Sea Base; Retail Sales Manager Cheryl Kuras, Conference Commissioner Laura Kuras and Ships Store Mate Samatha LaFrance, and Sailing Director Luke Knuttel.  It’s a coup d’état!

POOL CONSTRUCTION

Speaking of Captain Luke, he was kind enough to send me this photo while I was on the road yesterday.  It seems the swimming pool construction crew was simply waiting on me to leave before continuing work on the pool.

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It is starting to look like a swimming pool. 🙂

Captain Steve Willis
Professional Scuba Bum™
Deep in the Heart of Texas

CONFERENCES

Since I do not deal directly with the conference groups, I may have my story a little confused.  I think there are three conference groups on base concurrently; Volunteer Development Committee v2.0, STEM, and maybe NAYLE.  Some of the participants went kayaking and paddle boarding in the morning and some went alligator wrestling in the afternoon.   The bottom line was everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves and it was their own fault if they weren’t.

WEATHER

See yesterday’s post for the forecast.  Were are at about 60° this morning and expect a high of around 65 this afternoon.

ALLIGATOR WRESTLING

Since I brought that up I have been thinking.  It doesn’t require much more than a cement pond and leftovers to keep a croc happy.  So if we get a license to keep our very own croc maybe we can use croc wresting as a team building activity.  ULTIMATE High Adventure!

Have a great day!

Capt. Steve Willis
Professional Scuba Bum™

21Jan

COLD (?) FRONT

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WEATHER

The weather at the Florida Sea Base was gorgeous again yesterday.  But change is on its way and will be here tonight!   No blizzard, no snow, no ice, and no school closings.  Just a plain old cold front which is bringing us a chance of showers, breezy west winds, and cooler temperatures.  Here is the forecast from the National Weather Service:

Today: A chance of showers, mainly after 7am. Partly sunny, with a high near 75. Southwest wind 5 to 15 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30%.
Tonight: A slight chance of showers. Partly cloudy, with a low around 57. Breezy, with a west wind 15 to 20 mph. Chance of precipitation is 10%.
Wednesday: Sunny, with a high near 65. North wind around 15 mph.
Wednesday Night: Clear, with a low around 52. Northeast wind around 15 mph.
Thursday: Sunny, with a high near 70. Northeast wind 10 to 15 mph. 
Thursday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 61.
Friday: Sunny, with a high near 70. Windy. 
Friday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 60.
Saturday: Sunny, with a high near 70.
Saturday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 61.
Sunday: A slight chance of showers. Mostly sunny, with a high near 73. Chance of precipitation is 10%.
Sunday Night: A slight chance of showers. Partly cloudy, with a low around 63. Chance of precipitation is 10%.
Monday: A slight chance of showers. Mostly sunny, with a high near 75. Chance of precipitation is 10%.

CONFERENCES

Participants for the second round of the Volunteer Development Committee conference checked in yesterday and, as did the first group, kicked off their week of training with a cook out.  (Some would call it a barbecue but not anyone from Texas.  Cooking on a grill is NOT barbecue.)

SPRING HIRING

SO close!  I thought I was going to put a pretty bow on my staff hiring yesterday and call it done.  But I’m still short.  I have enough scuba staff members to get by, but I am worried that someone (including me) is going to want a day off at some point.  (Some people are so selfish.)  I hope to find at least one, maybe two more Divemasters or Scuba Instructors who can stay the full season.  We took a hit last week when one of our Instructors said he was not going to be able to come out and play and today I emailed with a second Instructor who is now straddling the fence.

In the meantime, Captain Luke still has openings for sailing staff for spring. If you know a great Scout who is 18 or older and not busy this spring then point them our way!  Sunshine, great grub, a place to sleep for fee, and they won’t be at home bothering you!

HOMECOMING

Florida Sea Base General Manager Captain Paul Beal is on his way to New York this morning.  One of his daughters, Catie, is returning from her first deployment to Afghanistan.  Lt. Catie Beal is a graduate of the United States Military Academy (West Point) and we are all glad that she is coming home.

Capt. Steve Willis
Professional Scuba Bum™
Aboard S/V Escape

20Jan

2014 MLK DAY

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MLK DAY

Happy MLK Day!!!  If you are fortunate enough to have today off, please make the best of it and do something special; maybe even something to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King, Jr.  I am working today but I don’t have much planned other than closing out spring hiring, reviewing any scuba medicals that come in, continuing to research AEDs to buy for our fleet of Newton Dive Specials, and whatever other opportunities present themselves.

SCUBA

The Florida Sea Base Scuba Liveaboard (live as in “I live on a boat”, not live as “live from New York, it’s Saturday Night”) program is another idea brought to the Florida Sea Base by my friend and mentor Captain Bert Hubby and yours truly.  I think it was 2001 when Captain Bert and I went about searching for a scuba liveaboard vessel to purchase to lease to bring to the Sea Base scuba programs.  Our two top choices were a 97′ sailboat with a swing keel that would let us operate in the shallow reefs of the Keys and a 104′ aluminum crew boat used in the off-shore oil industry.  Long story short, we did not buy a boat.  But we didn’t give up on the idea.

In 2002 I became a full-time employee of the BSA as the Program Director at the Florida Sea Base.  I supervised the scuba and sailing programs.  Captain Bert and I started looking for scuba liveaboard boats that the base could charter.  That didn’t work out because we couldn’t get owner/operators that were already in the scuba liveaboard business to understand what we were trying to accomplish from a Scouting perspective.  We were not convinced that hot-tubs and all you can drink rum punch was going to help us on our mission to build strong character.

The Florida Sea Base has an internal communications system that is quicker and deadlier than Al Gore and other inventors of the Word Wide Web could ever imagine – it is known as the Coconut Telegraph.  Word made it around the Florida Sea Base fleet that I was interested in chartering a scuba liveaboard.  Another long story made short, Captain Denny Webb and his wife Holley Whitley, purchased a vessel, named it the Schooner Conch Pearl, and the rest is history.  We now have three scuba liveaboards working in our summer program.

The boats are certified by the US Coast Guard to carry 12 passengers for hire.  The boats are crewed by two captains and two divemaster who also serve as deckhands.  Have you ever thought of working on a scuba liveaboard vessel?  PADI posted this article recently and I thought it was worth sharing.  Most scuba liveaboards hire Scuba Instructors or higher.  The Florida Sea Base is very rare in that you can work in this position as a Divemaster (a step below Instructor) to gain experience before moving into the big leagues.

RESERVATIONS

Talking about Scuba Liveaboard reminds me that I should remind you that reservations for 2015 programs are open until 15 February.  The Scuba Liveaboard program is one of our most preferred and fills quickly.  You can access the reservations system at www.bsaseabase.org.

 FOOTBALL

NFL football to be specific.  Sometimes technology is a good thing.  I watched parts of Sunday’s games while working onboard Escape.  I enjoy watching good sports, but I am certainly NOT a fan(atic).  The Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks will play in the Superbowl on 02 February.  I will be in Dallas (Irving, TX) for day two of the BSA National Aquatics Task Force meeting.  We are scheduled to conclude at 15:00 (3pm) Dallas time.  The best part is I MAY be able to watch the game with my son.  (I really don’t care about the game.)

WEATHER

We have been enjoying cool, sunny afternoons but very chilly mornings.  I started worrying a little when the wind shifted to the west yesterday evening.  West is usually a bad sign of what’s to come.  After dinner I checked the forecasts (while watching the Seattle/San Fran game) but they did not indicate there was anything afoot.  Maybe it was a false alarm of sorts.  At o4:30 our current conditions (per the NWS) include calm wind, 57°, decreasing cloudiness and a forecasted high of 75°.  [Side bar:  Back at the family homestead in Texas, it is currently 32 with a forecasted high of 73.  Many areas typically have a 20, 30, 40° or more temperature swing daily.  Locally we will have an 18 degree temperature change today.  It is not uncommon for us to go a week with a 2 or 3° change, and 5 to 10° is more our norm.   Bearing in mind that all things are relative, it’s not just that 57 feels cool to us, it is the drop of 20° that makes it feel like we have stepped into the walk in refrigerator.]

The most important part of all of that is we will be sunny, in the mid 70s, and have a gentle breeze today.  Winter is so harsh!

Capt. Steve Willis
Professional Scuba Bum™
Aboard S/V Escape

 

19Jan

TROOP 304

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CONFERENCE

I don’t have much this morning (and don’t expect I’ll have much more tomorrow).  Troop 304 from Atlanta, GA arrived at the Florida Sea Base late Friday night.  Yesterday they  went snorkeling yesterday morning.  They went fishing in the the afternoon aboard the M/V Captain Michael at Robbie’s of Islamorada.

WEATHER

The weather at the Florida Sea Base was very pleasant yesterday; sunny and in the low to mid 70s (which is normal for this time of year).  “Maintenance” failed to restore the LaCrosse WU-2812U weather station abroad Escape.  It must be time for a new setup.

Enjoy the game today.  In parting,  I decided to share this uncredited internet photo that was sent to me by a friend a fews weeks ago in a montage of cool shots.  I thought this one should be called “Determination”.

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Capt. Steve Willis
Professional Scuba Bum™
Aboard S/V Escape

18Jan

WINTER

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WEATHER

Weather forecasting is definitely a mix of science and art.  The question is, is winter here to stay?  The current answer, provided by the Magic 8 Ball is, “As I see it, yes”.  I’m sure the National Weather Service does not rely on answers from the Magic 8 Ball.  Our average high temperature for this time of year is 75° and our average low is 65°.  Looking at the AccuWeather forecast through the end of the year we should be below or near our average for the next 12 days.  Starting on 30 January we are back into the low 80s for three days.  You can also check out the February forecast.  Assuming that “winter” would be described as temperatures near or below average for the season, and assuming the AccuWeather forecast through the end of February is correct, it appears that the Magic 8 Ball was correct.

Tim Gaffron (and other readers in the Minneapolis area), I’m not sure if you are suffering from the winter times blues, but regardless, you MUST go check this place out ASAP.  TODAY!  Victor’s 1959 Cafe.  This place is supposed to have killer Cuban food – a taste of the Keys right in Minneapolis.  And its within 20 miles of Tim.  Don’t get me wrong, Cuban is no substitute for Tex-Mex, but it IS some good eating!

CONFERENCE

The Volunteer Development Committee #1 group has departed.  Boy Scout Troop 304 from Atlanta, Georgi arrived last last night for a Florida Sea Base weekend.  They leave Monday morning and Volunteer Development Committee #2 is scheduled to arrive Monday afternoon.  (Based on prior experience, some of the instructors and even a few participants will trickle in over the weekend.)

SCUBA

Progress on the new pool is creeping along.  We hope it will be completed in time for the beginning of the 2014 summer season.  Hope for the best!!!

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The PADI video of the week is about the plight of the Olive Ridley turtle.  It’s not long and worth the watch.

Captain Alex Bergstedt in on vacation until 04 February.  I will be leaving within a week and will be on vacation for two weeks and attending BSA committee meetings in Dallas for four days.  Gail Penfield, wife of Captain Scott on S/V Chanticleer, has volunteered to review the files that come in while we are gone.  However, she will not contact the crews with issues; that may have to wait until I return.  I will do what I can as quickly as I can when I return.  Two sets of medicals arrived Thursday.  I review those yesterday and sent emails to the adult leaders with a list of issues.  I think we have received 10 of 32 crews’ medicals.

WEEKEND

I hope you have a great three day weekend.  I plan to spend some very needed time in the engine room of S/V Escape today.  I may not post Sunday.  (I was up almost all night and today will be a real chore for my crippled leg.)  It depends on whether I am able to force myself to sleep in for a while.  I’m pretty sure I will be working Sunday afternoon and Monday.

Capt. Steve Willis
Professional Scuba Bum™
Aboard S/V Escape

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