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Feb 25, 2002
Was hoping some south cali locals could give me advice on how to best use my one day off on my trip to L.A.

I'm looking for a couple options on nice freediving sites within 2 hours or so of the airport (although I guess traffic could make that about 2 miles ;-). Ideally I'd want somewhere with nice stuff in the sub 50ft range because I want to take pictures and also I'll be diving alone so I want to be way under my limit and will be extra cautious. Also I'd prefer some kind of a beach access (or ferry trip), but if it is really worth it I would consider paying for a ride on a dive boat.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Bryan Snyder
(a poor bastard stuck in michigan)
When are you comming out? Most places I've been are in Orange County about East of LA. Not sure about places closer to LA, but if you have a bit more time Orange County has a few good places.

Send me a PM for more info.
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