With a full day of calm seas, I thought Sunday would bring much better viz to Folly Cove, similar to 40+ft that I could not dive last weekend. However, the viz was similar to yesterdays dive and frankly I couldn’t care less because my head was always 1ft away from the bottom surface. All I needed was 1ft viz 😀
Once again many nudis were out and about. I still get to see a pair doing “it”. We didn’t see nudis doing “it” but we did see a pair of horseshoe crabs holding on to each other and being very clumsy. It may be their first time (hihihihihi).
Every year you see something new and then you start seeing that everywhere. In yesterdays dive I had seen A. gibbosa for the first time and today I saw at least three. Things just come and go, and when they come they come in abundance, similar to the seahorses last summer (I am curious if they will still be there this year!). Abundance of any sealife is no reason to complain. Well, maybe except for lionfish.
Today, I didn’t notice and floaties nor saw any fish. It was mainly creepy crawly fest with all kinds of nudies scattered around. Nothing to complain about 😀
Buddy: Bert P.
11ft, 50min, 41F, 10-15ft viz