Most of us escape from work by pursuing activities that might involve things like exercise, travel or possibly some combination of the two. Some people are fortunate enough to have figured out how to turn the stuff they do for fun into their actual business. What is their secret? Is working at your hobby as idyllic as it sounds?
Lann and Caroline Wolf are co-owners owner of Underwater Adventures, a dive shop in the heart of mid city in Baton Rouge that sells dive equipment, provides service to divers, and offers SCUBA training and certification.
More fun still, Underwater Adventures will take you on a dive trip, where you can build your skills, further your experience and learn to become a master diver.
The business has been a fixture on the Louisiana dive community for over 30 years and the Wolfs bought the business from longtime Baton Rouge dive legend Mark Smith after Lann retired from a career in the military and law enforcement, including a stint as an East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Deputy.
Out to Lunch is recorded live over lunch at Mansurs on the Boulevard. This edition of Out to Lunch continues our series of talking with couples who choose to work together. Despite the fact that most of us assume we could never work with our spouse, the conversations we’ve had with couples have pointed in the complete opposite direction. It seems like working together has many more advantages than disadvantages. Check out this recent conversation with Misty and Brumby Broussard, owners of BLDG 5.
For conversation about other Baton Rouge adventures, this time in the air, check out Jamie Ray from Air Seekers.