On arriving at the dive shop in the morning, I was greeted by a rather sheepish looking diver, who explained to me that he'd taken the three days off work to come on the project, travelled to the UK to attend, and then left all of his dive gear in Bristol. It's a small oversight, of course, to forget your gear on a dive trip. These things happen. Now we are five.
|John lights up a Carley float mounting|
|Duncan lays line along LST 531|
All too soon, Pete and Duncan needed to leave, so we bid them farewell and cleaned up the line. I took the opportunity to shoot a little more video of John doing that, while Paul lit him up from above.
The weather was still nice, 80minutes after descending, and on the way home, we were treated to a display by the Red Arrows. I'm pretty convinced that they came just for us, but others suggested it might have something to do with the Weymouth carnival. I guess we'll never know.
On our return, number six had returned with a box of dive gear and proclaimed his readiness to dive tomorrow. The excitement mounts.