Enjoying Windsor a Lot

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Windsor isn’t the best place in the world to live, by far. But I’m loving it a lot more than I thought I would. So far my favorite thing to do is walk by the river at night and awe at the cityscape of Detroit across the water. I have yet to scuba dive in the river but can’t wait to try it.

Next week I’ll be visiting the Great Lakes of Ontario to do some diving with a new client there and his family. I can’t wait because I heard there’s some interesting historical sites to explore in the depths. Maybe we’ll find some 18th century treasure!

It’s Saturday and these are the most fun things I did last week:

  1. Took a boat out onto the river.
  2. Checked out the local mall.
  3. Went out for dinner with a new friend I met at a coffee shop.
  4. Decorated my new office.
  5. Settled into my apartment.

I look forward to what the rest of the year will bring for me here in Windsor, Ontario. I hope it will be great!

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Scuba Diving in Canada

diving in canada

Have you ever scuba dived before? If you have, have done so in Canada? If so, what’s your favorite spot? Mine is Tafino, a little town on Vancouver Island.

Canada isn’t the first place people think of when people ask for good spots to scuba dive. That’s probably because Canada has a reputation for being cold. But it’s really not all that much colder than other places in the world. It’s in the same hemisphere as other places that don’t have such reputations. British Columbia is actually quite tropical in the summer, with ferns and beautiful warm lakes. So in case you didn’t know…

Here’s a helpful list of great places to scuba dive in Canada.

So if you’re looking for new spots around the world to explore in your scuba suite, check out Canada. You won’t regret it.

P.S. I’d love to know your favorite spot to dive in Canada. If you have one, let me know. Cheers.

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