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Do you need a compass when there is a current?
The Ottawa area offers up rivers, lakes and quarries. The Ottawa river is right at hand, but has been compared to diving in tea. This "tea" however is full of history. Around the bay at the bottom of the parliament hill were situated buildings, and where there are people and water there will be things thrown into the water. At least one scuba shop in the Ottawa area has some torpedo bottles found on the bottom of the river. The amount of garbage tossed into the river near the Ottawa rowing club is amazing. I saw an old motorcycle there. If one feels like getting wet without going to the St Lawrence for a dive, or maybe just checking out some new gear in a nice environment, Morrison quarry is only 20 minutes north of the city. With a plane, boat and car on the bottom there is something to see, and bungee jumping to watch while on your surface interval.
Check out my experimental photos, 3D no less! You will need some 3D glasses, the red/cyan type to see the photos in 3D. Wreck photos in 3D
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