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Name: Vicky
Email: Chantal
Date: Tuesday, 11 September 2007


Great site. I will bookmark for my sons to view as well!!!e

Name: Nana
Email: Ernesto
Date: Sunday, 09 September 2007


Cool guestbook, interesting information... Keep it UP. excellent site i really like your stuff.u

Name: Dean
Email: Rafael
Date: Thursday, 06 September 2007


Thanks so very much for taking your time to create this very useful and informative site. I have learned a lot from your site. Thanks!!T

Name: Sandy
Email: Ana
Date: Wednesday, 05 September 2007


Oh o ho! very nice site!

Name: Vilyamzd
Email: Vilyampw
Date: Friday, 03 August 2007


Hello! great idea of color of this siyte!

Name: Terabanitoss
Email: terabanitoss
Date: Monday, 07 May 2007


Hi all! You are The Best!!! Bye

Name: Tanya
Email: Velles
Date: Thursday, 01 March 2007


Your site is very useful! I shall visit again and I shall inform to my friends.

<Boydski> Thanks Tanya!

Name: Ted Ramsden
Email: xxxxxxxx
Date: Tuesday, 16 January 2007


I am in the process of making my own stik using the O2 Hackers book, but am having a heck of a time finding an air filter to use, any ideas. What size and type do you use and where did you pick it up . Tanks Ted

<Boydski>  I sent Ted an email letting him know I used the air filter element from a lawn mower, which I found at Home Depot.

Name: John
Email: bill
Date: Tuesday, 03 October 2006


It's very interesting site!

<Boydski>  Thanks John!

Email: BRxxxx MSN.COM
Date: Monday, 04 September 2006


WOW! It's been a while since I checked in on your site, looks great. Kind of a bummer that Palau was disappointing. But I know what you mean the Galapagos is a tough act to follow. Your pics from Palau are great, any new gear I love the nautilus. Any concern with the shells or mines great job Bryan

<Boydski> Hi Bryan.  I was a little nervous when I was brushing against the land mines in the forward hold on the San Francisco Maru at 175'.  There isn't a lot of room in there, and turning with the strobe arms extended on the camera can be challenging!

Name: Ray Morgan
Email: rmmenw
Date: Thursday, 29 June 2006


Scott,I just wanted to thank you for listing Morgan Enterprises Northwest on your list of vendors. If you need anything that we can help you with, please let us know. Thanks again, Ray Morgan

Name: Bryan Pennington
Email: bryan
Date: Sunday, 07 May 2006


Sir, would you be kind enough to send me a lot more photos of your cylinder tumbler please. I am going to make one but I would like some more photos if possible. If you are interested you can visit my site that is all about Vintage Scuba Equipment.

<Boydski>  I sent Bryan an email with links to photos of Robert's modification to my Tank Tumbler.

Name: Ray Eccleston
Email: flstingray
Date: Wednesday, 08 February 2006


I enjoyed your site alot!!!I'm a photography going back and forth with two lens ,the sixteen mm and twelve twenty four mm witch do you like better and why,also did the eight inch dome make a dif. on the sixteen mm thanks for any help you can give. Ray

<Boydski>   Hi Ray,  Thanks for the nice comments.  I sent Ray an email stating that I use the 12-24mm lens the most as it is versatile, and tend to use the 16mm more in low light (caves) as it focuses better.

Name: Robert
Email: roberteatonlinemacdotcom
Date: Thursday, 01 December 2005


Hi Scott, I really like the way you've organized your site. Lots of great information and pictures. I'll be building the tumbler your described soon and will let you know how it turns out. See you up at Hoodsport or maybe Bandito Charters. Take care, Bob

<Boydski> Hi Robert,  Thanks for YOUR help on a drier.  Please see  Robert's Tank Tumbler!

Name: John Perry
Email: desksgt
Date: Saturday, 26 November 2005


Howdy, I am in the process of making a Nitrox Stik and I find myself a little lost. I have a question about the parts. Please feel free to call me 1.866.353.6408 toll free if you would please. Thanks in advance John

<Boydski>  I called and emailed John.  He wanted me to build him a Nitrox Stick, which I could not really agree to because of the liability involved.  They are REALLY EASY to build though.

Date: Thursday, 27 October 2005


Hey man we just home from the Galalagos Friday night. What a trip. It's interesting that rereading your trip report now has much more meaning than before. Our route was a little different in that our checkout dive was at Isla Lobos then to N Seymour, Wolf, Darwin x2 days then Cousins, N. Plaza and the same land stops. One other interesting thing as well we actually had a male whale shark. One of our dive masters got a great picture of it from underneath. take care Bryan

<Boydski>  Hi Bryan, I'm glad that you had a great trip.  I can't wait to get back down there again!

Name: Jon Richards
Email: jndrich
Date: Monday, 10 October 2005


On your tumbler. What did you use to connect the motor shaft with the turning rod of the tumbler Thanks JON

< Boydski > I used a 16mm Guardian Coupling from the Surplus Center.

Name: Dean Ulven
Email: deanulven
Date: Sunday, 20 March 2005


Excellent article on the Galapagos, really enjoyed the info. I am going in November this year. Why did you choose to dive in a wet suit. Were you warm enough even after 3 dives. Thanks again for article. Dean

<Boydski>  Thanks Dean.  We choose wetsuits over drysuits for ease of use after talking with several drysuit divers that had already been to the Galapagos.  It turned out that we were plenty warm, even doing 4 dives per day, and only myself and the divemasters (also wearing wetsuits) were able to keep up with the Whale sharks.  The drysuit divers were really slowed down by their suits.

Name: Waynne
Email: waynnefowler
Date: Friday, 11 March 2005


Does the E-mail at least LOOK real It's not real. Your system wouldn't let me put in the underscore that goes between Waynne and Fowler, and the comments field here won't accept it either so my real address is waynneunderscorefowler at Neat website Scott... love the photos and reviews of diving Had a fun time just browsing around. Thanks

<Boydski>  Thanks Waynne!  I'm glad that you liked the site.  Now if we could just teach you to drive a scooter....

Name: Jahn
Email: j
Date: Tuesday, 07 September 2004


Hi I've been using your crown molding tips.I installed my kitchen cabinets that I got thru Home depot and the only problem I'm having is with the molding but I'm doing some practice cuts 1st.Thanks You must live in or around seattle. Im in seattle too.I've been diving 4 times in Hawaii where I got my Cert and Puerto Vallarta.Thought about doing it here but havent got around to it. Jahn

<Boydski>  Thanks Jahn.  I'm glad that your Crown Modling worked out.  It sure makes the kitchen look sharp.  You'll have to get out and go diving in Puget Sound.  We have some of the most spectacular diving in the world here!

Name: Tom V
Email: tvranich
Date: Saturday, 24 July 2004


Enjoyed seeing your water ski chairs. Have some nice ones for you to check out. Would like to send you an image of them if you like. TV

Date: Saturday, 07 February 2004


Very interesting site. We have alot of the same interests. As a Nautique owner though I only saw 1 thing wrong with your view of the lake.

<Boydski>  Thanks Bryan.  Even if you do ski behind a Natique...  ;-)

Name: James cutchall (Sparky)
Email: jmleasing
Date: Tuesday, 03 June 2003


Looks like the guest book worked. I loved your sight and the links rock. I have heard the Audio book of the last dive . I use audio books on the road while Im driving at night. I will have to see if I can find the other book you recomended on tape. I also love the Pictures, I wish the ones I took came out that good. See you on the NWD2 I added your page to Favorites so ill be checking back take care Bro. Sparky