In between that I am running around Cape Town collecting the bits and pieces that I still need to take with to Durban. In the pic on top I am busy selecting a rope, it is serious business buying the right rope, it must be highly visible, strong, low stretch, good grip, low friction (yes, try work that one out!), UV resistant to last.
This evening I will get my counter-ballast back, it has been sent in for galvanizing and powder coating, I never even knew you could powder coat after galvanizing! Lesley has been working around the clock with so many things and it is one deadline after another, I don't know how she found the time to still do the artwork for my van which I will be taking on the road trip to the schools along the coast as I travel north to Durban. Charmaine is working on the arrangements with the schools we will be visiting and Terry is sorting out all the details and logistics for the educational and presentation aspect of the trip.
Below is a profile of my very last dive in Blue Rock which I did this past Sunday. I am really testing it out myself so that I have it all worked out for when I get to Durban.
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