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  • At Arkansas's pristine Lake Ouachita, you can scuba-dive, go spear fishing or just enjoy the deluxe digs.

    A Splash of Southern Comforts

  • At Lake Ouachita, in west-central Arkansas, you can scuba-dive, go spear fishing or just enjoy the deluxe digs.

    A Great Lake

  • Then she started to come forth with all this great life experience -- she traveled all over the world, she worked in the Peace Corps, she's a photographer and a scuba-dive master.

    Date Lab: First impressions aren't everything

  • He had never used the black scuba-dive bag on land, but figured it would help keep his tools dry in the cistern with its double-wide seals.

    The Thieves of Darkness

  • More photos and interactive graphics But the scuba-dive commute isn ' t the only reason it can be a tricky place to work.

    In the Depths of Aquarius

  • A guest who stayed with us to scuba-dive -- "Scooby-Doo," from St. Louis -- cut his leg on some coral.

    Beard

  • In Crash Bandicoot Warped ($39.99; 800-345-7669) our hero can now scuba-dive, ride a motorcycle or a baby T. rex and fly around in an airplane.

    Time Warp

  • Amenities: In addition to lazing on the ravishing Anse Victorin beach, guests can scuba-dive to see tiger sharks and to fish for wahoo and sailfish.

    Hot Spot: Frégate Island, Private Seychelles

  • Other Earthwatch volunteers scuba-dive around Truk Lagoon in Micronesia, where the Americans blew up a Japanese naval base during World War II.

    The Good Life

  • Leni Riefenstahl learned to scuba-dive in her late 80s.

    Liberals ideate furiously over the black-and-white McCain website.

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