Extreme Diver Interview – Christine Cawley

Today is Wednesday. You couldn’t prove that by me, other than the fact everything points to Wednesday. I’ve been on vacation in Florida, everything is different on vacation! Food tastes better, time stands still, fun is had, sunburns happen. Hey, I focused more on the baby not getting a sunburn than myself apparently because I burned the heck out of the upper part of my legs the day we went deep sea fishing. And if you’ve been around any time at all you know fish kind of freak me out but I even baited my own hook. Just needed to let y’all know that. Oh and for some reason everyone with me got the word “The” put in front of their name. Yeah I can’t explain that but examples, The baby, The Tori, The grandma, The husband, etc. But I know that it is Wednesday and you didn’t come here to hear about my trip, nope that’ll be on my blog. What you came here for is to meet today’s diver and do I have a treat for you. I’d like to introduce you to Christine Cawley. Class Meet Christine, Christine meet your class. Okay so she’s a principal not a teacher but it kind of works, right?

How did you get started diving?

My husband forced me to do a try scuba class. I didn’t want to to be honest.

How long have you been diving?

3 Years

How many dives do you make in a typical year?

17 ½ . On average 20 between the lake, Mermet, and vacations.

What other hobbies do you have?

Water skiing, rock climbing

Where is your favorite place to dive?

The Bahamas

What is your most comical dive experience?

Diving in San Diego. There were seals that came up around us and Rich flipped out and he thought I was pointing out sharks. Then he turns around and a seal was right in front of his face. There were 5 or 6 of them around us and they were playing with you.

What is your occupation?


Words of wisdom/tips or tricks for fellow divers?

Always have a good dive buddy. If it doesn’t feel right, stop.

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