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November 06, 2009


For once, I am off to a new trip before I even reported on the last one. That's weird bcause I wrote about 10,000 words (no kidding) and shot many hundreds of pictures and hours of video on my August trip on the liveaboard "Turks & Caicos Explorer II." But that'll have to wait until I get back from a week in Cozumel, a small island off the Eastern coast of Mexico, and a drift diving Mecca. As usual, I have no idea what to expect, except that it may be pretty wet. Yes, a tropical storm is supposed to hit the area a day or so after my arrival. Well, we'll see.

So all the bags are packed. Which is no mean feat these days what with the airlines' 50-pound limit per piece of luggage. I had no idea a couple of extra T-shirts weighed that much. And then there's the camera gear, of course, and that always weighs a ton.

Posted by conradb212 at November 6, 2009 12:56 AM