While the ice storm continues to slip across the central US, we are doing very well at the Florida Sea Base. At 9:00 p.m. the temperature was 72 degrees with clear skies. We are forecasted to cool off just a few degrees and have a chance of rain Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. The rain is not good news for getting work done on boats, but hopefully we will get a few brief showers and not the long, soaking type rain.
Please check out the website for the Sea Base Alumni and Friends Association. 2010 would be a great yea to join the SBAFA. Personally, I think life membership is the way to go. Membership is open to anyone with an affiliation with the Florida Sea Base including community members, friends, participants, volunteers, charter captains, and former staff. So sign up and maybe I’ll see you at the annual reunion.
Capt. Rich and Capt. Carol arrived in Miami about 8:00 p.m. on a nonstop flight from Los Angeles. It’s good to have them back. Everything else seems to be business as usual. I do have some news to share about changes to the Scuba Adventure and Scuba Certification Adventures, but I’ll address them tomorrow when I’m less tired and can dedicate more time. So please tune in tomorrow.