I'm in the Atlanta airport on my way home from InnerSpace 2010. We had a great time, and I had a fantastic time diving with my two sons. We had spent a significant amount of time preparing for the week, working and drilling on our team diving procedures, and it paid off! The week went smoothly with no problems and we finished off the week with a dive to 352 feet at Texas Hole. Photos courtesy of Doug Ebersole.
It is amazingly peaceful to do a deep dive on the Cayman walls, especially when you and the rest of the team are in synch! After nine days in a row of deep dives together, we really were working well together. Our equipment configurations were working well and it was awesome exploring the incredibly beautiful vertical walls.
On Wednesday, we had a really funny thing happen during one of the dives. We were coming up the wall from quite deep and when we saw another diver on an Inspiration hunched over and very still on the wall at about 280 feet. I watched him for a few seconds and when he wasn't moving, I became concerned and swam over to him to see what was going on. I floated over the top of him and it appeared that the skin on the top of his head was loose and flowing back and forth in the slight current. Obviously, this was quite concerning, and I couldn't figure out what on earth was going on. I wiggled his arm to get his attention, and he looked up and he had a Halloween mask pulled over his head! I certainly didn't see that coming! Even on serious Trimix dives, divers are stilling having fun!
If you haven't been to InnerSpace before, it is definitely worth a try! It's just plain fun hanging out with other CCR divers with similar interests all week!