Alright then, who wants to go caving during the Summer? Myself and Owen
Kelly were down a local cave on Sunday for the first time in over a year
and I for one am still sore from crawling around in the mud and dirt.
This isn't one of those nice "Please follow me and hold on to the
railings" tours where you walk through a nice cave with lighting and an
attractive guide to show you around.
This is crawling around on your stomach, in the dirt and wet, going
through small holes just big enough to get through. Lighting? Whatever
you bring with you!
The cave we go down will fit 4-5 people comfortably. I wouldn't like to
bring more than that amount down anywhere anyway.. It's a small cave,
taking about an hour to go through and back if you don't stop for a
break. But it's lots of fun and one of those "things you have to do"..
Oh yeah.. no insurance or anything wacky like that.. But then, I've been
going down there since at least 1991 and I'm still around.. (I wonder
what are the insurance implications of announcing something like this
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