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Deflowered and the spirit of freedi

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fleedermouse

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The spirit of freediving

Ever since I went snorkeling 18 years ago in Cozumel, I have wanted to follow the ones I saw descening through the blue. For the past five summers I have attempted to make it to an annual abalone trip that my friend does every year in Mendo, CA. Last weekend I finally made it and am completely hooked. I quickly came to realize that the real fruits of this sport are in the unique solitude you experience on the bottom. I never could have imagined it nor can I adequately explain it with words. The abs don't tast too bad either. :p
Big thanks to this site for helping me get into my first dive and to my buddy for hooking me up on the trip.


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