25 September 2008

Meridian Divers Meeting ~ 24th September

Fun and frolics at the Berwick Inn last night saw a Husband and wife Meridian Divers intimate married life details laid bare. It seems that they book appointments for a bonk and communicate by email, perhaps it is adding something extra to their already colourful and well travelled lives it certainly raised a few eyebrows amongst the other more conservative MD'ers who attended a lively meeting at the Berwick Inn last night. To spare their blushes their names are not published.

The packed agenda saw planning for the remainder of the year with dive boats being booked and socials arranged.

Next years diaries are already filling up with the red sea trip and various weekends away being confirmed. Exciting plans to keep divers in the water throughout the winter months were also discussed so watch this space for further details.

Block bookings with local hard boats for to keep us in the water are being made to capitalise on local dive opportunities next season.

Menus for the Xmas dinner are now available with the Tudor House Restaurant in Alfriston booked for the meal after the impressive spread they laid on for the Thompson meal. If you
haven't received a copy please let Sheila know or post a comment.

Congratulations were conveyed to Jim who is the first Trimix qualified member of the group so along with us that already have our DSAT tec rec qualifications some adventurous dives with significantly extended bottom times are on the cards for next year. With costs of diving rising it makes more sense to be able to extend your dives especially on the types of dives we already do.

Plans are also in the pipeline for some joint Dives/events with other Dive clubs over the next year

With Chris Live on the phone from Croatia briefing on the dive he had done during the day rounded of a very enjoyable evening.

Minutes of the meeting will be forwarded by email.



matt said...

well done Jim! looks like i missed a lively meeting

Anonymous said...

6pm is close so I'm leaving work now with a spring in my step and my hat set at a jaunty angle!

Jimbob said...

Thanks Matt.