I brought a camera, but didn’t feel like taking any pictures. I guess I just wasn’t in the photography mood. That and it would’ve been weird to take a bunch of pictures of a guy at my table(thank you, Jenny, for picking out our seats). I, being my usual self, was fairly quiet at the table. We did come back with something to show for the trip though, I got my copy of The Last Dive signed, and Jenny won a tide clock and a dive-themed sweater in the raffle. I’ll try to put pictures of those up in the scuba section of the gallery soon. Bernie also gave out free (digital) copies of the fall edition of Immersed, which I’ve only had time to flip through so far, but maybe I’ll have time to sit down and read it this week.
I don’t have too much to say about the night other then that. The chicken tenders that were served are quite possibly the best I’ve ever tasted (and so tender!). Bernie is an excellent speaker, whom I hope to see again. Some of the ideas that Bernie spoke about will me make reconsider my next few SCUBA equipment purchases and the direction I take with my training. If I find employment in this area after December(anyone in New England looking for an entry level computer programmer?), I really ought to join UDNH. I really ought to join DAN and get some dive insurance too.