After we got out of the water and trudged up the hill we learned that Mark and his buddy did in fact find the medallion, which I think we all suspected to be the case since none of us found it. Apparently it was to the left, and not too far either. Pooey. But I have a good feeling about next year.
We headed back to the HQs to drop off our tanks again. We knew we wanted to stay at the campgrounds for the live music, but there were other decisions to be made. We narrowed it down to dive now and eat later, or eat now and do a night dive. I was feeling sickly and fatigued from Snowshoe, so I didn’t much care what the decision was since I was about 90% sure I was done for the night. We decided to eat at Gary’s, but after we ate everyone was feeling sluggish and tired so we just headed back for the live music.
As we were sitting around the campfire patiently waiting, I became entranced by some music that was playing on someone’s laptop. After I got home I used my mad Google skillz and discovered it was the CD Charmed and Strange by Yoav. It was definitely the musical highlight of the evening. I’m not saying the live musician was bad, he was very talented, just not my type of music. We didn’t stick around too late that night.
Sunday morning we got up and ate breakfast at Sportsman’s again. This time I was able to enjoy an Ike Muffin. Mmmm. I also got a pancake because everyone raved about them the morning before. It was good, but it was no Fat Nat’s pancake, sorry to say I was slightly disappointed.
Once at the HQs we decided to dive Padi #79 because there were lots of chips left. Our plan was to go somewhere with a lot of chips so we could dive twice without moving locations. That was ok with me since I missed diving there the day before.