last dive, set of 3
max 119fw, 71deg F
9Jan99 at Blue Springs SP, FL
If you want more information about the dive for your log, you might
consider drawing out your approximate profile. I did this on most of my
deeper dives, noting what time in the dive I reached max depth, and what
time was spent (approximately) at shallower depths and precautionary
stops. After a couple dives you get pretty good at it. The information
is really just for you, so you can do it all by memory, or take a slate
down and make some notes during the dive.
Most of my dives are shallow, and I just record max depth and bottom
Having just bought a down-loadable computer, I can now say that they're
the way to go.
I use mine as a diary. I write about what the place was like, other people,
etc. As far as dive groups go, don't sweat it. There are no log book
police out there.
It's easier to get forgiveness than permission.