The day started with a Health and Safety Briefing and a walk around the dive centre discussing potential hazards (have to fill out school paperwork!).
Then we went through how the two containers are configured so that I can find stuff and more importantly put it away in its correct place.
Then we offloaded the van which had Saturdays pool diving equipment and stuff on, starting by putting the BCD's and wetsuits out to dry. Followed by the regulators, pool fins and the seals playthings.... even our seals have playthings!
Whilst the BCD's were drying we set about filling up the empty cylinder - there were loads - think Tracey had been collecting them for weeks ... so for the best part of three hours we filled the cylinders. A little multi tasking did occur and I only made one cup of tea...!!!! which surprised me....
Tracey and Rick were plotting something with pipes - not sure yet what that was all about, but I am sure I will find out..
Tracey balanced the weekly takings with me assisting - that's maths you know! Tracey did the washing up and cleaning the bathroom.... I got away with that....
You should have seen me closing container two - I had an audience (sheep).... who could not believe how hard I made it look.....
All in all a good introduction to what happens on a Monday after a pool session and a busy Saturday in the shop.
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