I finally found the buoy and used that as my mark. Visibility was bad this morning: too hazy. So hazy that I couldn't see anything more than 8 feet away. Anyway, I headed East, but never found the Ledge of Turtles. I did take the camera and found subjects to shoot.
I found this Purplemouth Moray Eel peeking out from under a Coral head. I tried to lure him out some more, but he wasn't having any of it.
I also found a rather large spread of Mat Zoanthid.
Although I thought I was headed due East, I surfaced as I was getting low on air and found that I had traveled North past the Pelican. I came South hoping to find Shark's Rock or some other landmark I might recognize, but no such luck. I never did find the Ledge of Turtles, but it was an interesting dive.
I warmed up after about an hour in the sun. My vest and shirt dried out, as well, so I decided to make a second dive. I hiked up to the View units to go in, hoping to avoid any trouble with the Lifeguard. I tried to take pictures, but the camera battery seemed to be dead. Nothing worked.
I swam out to the Eastern Ledge and then came across the Ledge of Turtles by accident on the way back. I then swam back to look for the Nipple Rock and Sharks Rock, but somehow got set to the North and could not find them. Headed back to the beach. I fell over trying to get out in the soft sand, and had to roll over and wiggle out to deeper water so I could stand up and try again. This second time, I made it out like I knew what I was doing. The camera survived both exits.