Today was a great day to be a diver, as despite the rainy conditions, over 80 people from the 3 main local dive shops came out to support Gullivers Lake, our local dive quarry, for the largest ever post-storm clean up dive. After a dreadful storm ripped through Flamborough last week, Gullivers was closed for 6 days while the park was cleaned up. And while the topside looked
great after those 6 days, our concern was that there may be garbage and debris that was blown into the lake. Float N' Flag jumped into action and organized the clean up dive, involving 2 of the other main users of Gullivers, Rec & Tek Scuba from Hamilton and Tri-City Scuba from Kitchener (all PADI shops). All of us were happy to work together for a common purpose.
Shown below is the Float N' Flag group that came out. There were another 6 people in the water not shown here (for a total of 44 divers + shore support). It was our largest group ever at Gullivers on a Wednesday night, so that said something about how important Gullivers and their staff is to all of us.