Osbourne Shoals 13-11-10


 Our second dive on November 13, 2020 was at Osbourne shoals a favourite second dive site for us.  Our anchor was buried in the sand a short distance from the reef.  After dragging it across and wedging it in the rocks we explored the little cave. This little cave is quite pretty with soft corals and sea tulips, and lots of fish including Mowong, bullseye and the inevitable groper.  We headed south along the reef edge.  The vis was great, the water cold at 14oC, and again without my hood I was getting cold.  Just after our turning point Wayne noticed a small tail sticking out from some rocks.  With a bit of encouragement the tail's owner appeared - a young PJ, about half a meter long.  It was a nice end to the dive.