A Dark and Soggy Night

It was dark.

Inky dark.  The kind of dark where you can’t see your hand in front of your nose if you don’t have a light. Fortunately I was equipped to split the dark with a small sliver of light.

I was drenched.  This was not a surprise, as there was 45 feet of ocean above me and I was protected only by my wet suit and other scuba gear.  In addition to the aforementioned light I had a backup, just in case the primary burnt out, ran down, or got flooded.  A three foot barracuda briefly swam into my sliver of light, showing a toothy grin. Continue reading “A Dark and Soggy Night”

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