Re: NANFA-- Upper TN Valley Fish-a-ree Update

Bruce Stallsmith (
Fri, 31 May 2002 09:28:20 -0400

Yeah, it's easier than I thought it would be to do this. The mask itself
costs about $70, and each prescription lens is $40, for a grand total of
'bout $150. I'm not sure if I _can't_ wear contacts but I've always had a
strong involuntary reflex against fooling with my eyes so I've avoided the
rigamarole of trying to slide in contacts. So, an optically enhanced mask it

--Bruce Stallsmith
Huntsville, AL, US of A

>Bruce --
>I'm one of those unfortuante people who can't wear contacts. When I went
>snorkeling in Belize, I had to get a prescription mask. (I can't see a
>inf ront of me without my glasses.) It actually wasn't that expensive. It
>cost about $200 -- not all that much more than a pair of glasses. Finding
>place to do it wasn't as hard as I thought either. I flipped the yellow
>pages to Scuba/Snorkelling Supplies, called the first place with a good
>sized ad, and got a refferal.
> ____^__
> ><,Darwin,>
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