Diving. Since birth. I did my homework on regulator service benches in my family's dive shop. I was Open Water certified when I was 10 years old, grew up in dive shops in Arkansas since I was 6, and general managed a dive store for several years in Arkansas after college. I also have a BA in Philosophy.
Expert in all things lake diving and dirty dive work in Arkansas USA. I spent 11 years working at Ocean Extreme Dive & Travel Center, Inc. However, I spent several years leading dive groups to Bonaire, Honduras, and the three Cayman Islands. Oh, and yeah.... Subway.
Queen angelfish, brittle stars, fingerprint cyphomas, painted elysias, skeleton shrimp... oh, and that 10' tiger shark I saw at Scuba Bowl was pretty cool.
Frank Sound Gardens for a shallow reef dive and Pat's Wall for a deep dive.
The diving. Honestly, I love every bit of Grand Cayman, above and below water. East End diving is the best that I could ask for day-in-day-out though! Stunning, impressive topography everywhere, pristine and diverse reefs everywhere, and the sharks for some added fun...
Designed and installed two disc golf courses and wrote a 44-page disc golf manual. I was a scratch golfer in high school and I'm also fluent in the Subway Sandwich franchise...
Probably diving in lakes in Arkansas. I would be working around one or more of three specific things: Scubapro, the water, and diving. They are the only things I know. Otherwise, I am pretty adept and have experience with freelance general mechanical and construction work, and I guess I could always try golfing professionally...but diving is just much more fun than everything else.
Exploding fruit with compressed air. Enquire in-person for details.