Monthly Archives: March 2020

And then I was “grounded”

BLUE MOUNTAINS – 22 March 2020 After our Cerberus walk there was much debate about what we’d do on the Sunday.  We opted for Centennial Glen – and have to say that it was the highlight of the weekend, who … Continue reading

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The penultimate canyon before the Lockdown

NEWNES PLATEAU – 21 March 2020 Cerberus Creek – if I’d known this would be my second-last canyon for the foreseeable future, I might have chosen a different one … but on the bright side, we have a new canyon … Continue reading

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14 Caves in 12 days – talk about “arsey”

CAVING in TASMANIA – Part 4 … 17 – 18 March 2020 I managed to fit a whole season of caving into 12 days … the world is in chaos, we sure wont be caving again in Australia any day … Continue reading

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Will I ever hear an end to the complaints about the lack of a scheduled Rest Day?

CAVING in TASMANIA – Part 4 – IDA BAY 12 – 16 March 2020 And the answer to the question above … probably not!  The idea for my trip to Tassie came out of a trip to Mystery Creek Cave … Continue reading

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2 weeks before Armageddon and Lockdown

CAVING in TASMANIA – Part 3 – MOLE CREEK – 10 – 11 March 2020 I’m struggling with writing this post.  As you can imagine, I write the post after the event, sometimes a couple of weeks after (in this … Continue reading

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