Monthly Archives: June 2016

Winter Magic – Katoomba

WHORE’S BED CANYON & DEVIL’S HOLE, KATOOMBA – JUNE 25, 2016 A half-day canyon and a longish abseil at Devil’s Hole wouldn’t usually be blog worthy,  but snow the day before at Katoomba and the forecast of near zero temperatures sounded … Continue reading

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Caving with Bailey and David

JENOLAN CAVES – JUNE 18 & 19, 2016 Bailey has wanted to go caving with me for some time now, so I booked David and Bailey on a MSS trip to Jenolan Caves.  It’s always touch and go when you … Continue reading

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It’s winter – there aren’t supposed to be snakes around

MOGO AREA – JUNE 12 2016 I didn’t bother to put on gaiters because it was winter, snakes aren’t supposed to be out, at least that’s the urban myth.  I was walking along, luckily looking down and there it was, … Continue reading

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10 Caves in 4 days – I’m officially stuffed!

YARRANGOBILLY – JUNE 2016 When the Yarrangobilly trip went on the MSS calendar, it was too good an opportunity to pass up. MSS had (figuratively) put its hand up to guide pre-conference caving trips at Yarrangobilly (“Yagby”) for the ISS Conference … Continue reading

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