Yes it's an exhibit here on Catalina Island in Avalon where I live. The space just so happens to be right next to the Casino Point dive park which hosts thousands of divers annually.. Ed Stetson brings a group down, (generally 100+ divers for the late April weekend) from UCSB annually, (his 34th year I believe..) anyway usually Zale attends each year, she had to pass this year.. sorry she didn't get to see the set up, but she called me on my cell to congratulate me Saturday afternoon after she got a flurry of calls and pictures sent to her up in Ore. The exhibit is a natural fit for the dive park.. just a new amenity for divers who are doing surface intervals or otherwise hanging out at the point anyway. I've got a ton of stuff to still get put out..actual artifacts from ancient shipwrecks, an extensive dive related library, lots more gear.. all for a good cause.rhwestfall wrote:Doesn't the 5th post (the lead in to the pictures) above yours answer this question? You got distracted by the sweet pictures..... kind of like a kid with a Playboy....Bryan wrote:Is this a display for a museum or local show? More details would be appreciated. Thanks for sharing the pictures
subpilotjon wrote:1940 DESCO rebreather with other hard-to-find items
Thanks Antique Diver, ..yes if you can peel outta Texas, stop by the rock and say hi!! grin..thank you for the nice comments.. Jonantique diver wrote:Subpilot, you have a great collection and what a terrific location for it!
Gives me another good reason to visit Catalina again
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