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Anyone familiar with keuka lake, ny. I did my open water dive in 1972 there. I remember a volkwagan, small cabin crusier ,and I believe some

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Yes, I remember Joe. He retired his dive shop business many years ago. Not sure if he still lives there or not. Probably the mini dive park stuff is still there.

Well Jim, after 44 years I'm going to try and find out. I had heard he moved South. Got an old map and Joes on it. Only thing is they have changed a lot of the address numbers on the houses. Plan on taking a drive(by boat) and searching the area, gotta do something for excitement in my old age! Plan on snorkeling first, I'll bring a tank, see what happens. Theres an old wooden barge somewhere in the area too.

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