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The life guard let me know that "local practice" was to gear up back on the
grass and walk down... I guess it must get so busy that the beach would get
backed up? Nice dive, though! >From: Mike Wallace <[log in to unmask]
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en=3540&src=&type=x> >Subject: Re: Gearing up in So. Cal. >Date: Sat, 30
Jun 2001 23:57:55 -0500 > >Do I gather that something said something to you
about doing this? I >can't see where it would matter.... > > > >On 30 Jun
2001, at 21:18, David F. Smith wrote: > > > Why is it a no no to take your
gear to the water and put it together >rather > > than put it together 400
ft. away (La Jolla Shores) and walk down to the > > water with all of that
damn weight on your back. AWhy not take a couple >of > > trips, being
careful to keep sand out of your gear, and save your back?+ > > > > Just
asking... from an "oops I didn't know how particular you So Cals >were > >
about this crap." At least I didn't enter at the lifeguard stations, >since
> > God knows that is probably very very very dangerous. > > > > David. > >
> > p.s. I am actually really interested in the answer, but am a little
>cynical > > about this... D. > > >~~~~~~~~~~ >Mike Wallace >Huntsville,
Alabama >