Monthly Archives: October 2022

How are we going to get back to Sydney?

ROAD TRIP TO KANGAROO ISLAND – October 2022 Perhaps it’s me, every road trip I’ve been on this past year has involved rain.  The road trip to and from Kangaroo Island from Sydney and return was no exception.  A good … Continue reading

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BIG chambers – now this is more like it!

KANGAROO ISLAND – PART 2 – 20-22 October 2022 After our day of sight-seeing, it was back to the caves.  The groups had been re-organised and so for the next three days I’d be caving with other surveyors – this … Continue reading

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So, what else is there besides caves?

KANGAROO ISLAND – 19 October 2022 Clare had slotted in a day for us to see a little of the “sights” on the Island.  There had been full on surveying now for three and a half days, most of it … Continue reading

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How many squeezy holes could there be?

KANGAROO ISLAND – PART 1 – 15-18 October, 2022 When Clare B told me about the project to survey 100+ new caves found on Kangaroo Island (in South Australia), she was very clear, she had no idea what we’d find … Continue reading

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Are we there yet?

GLENROCK, NSW – 1-3 October 2022 The last time I visited this caving area was five years ago.  I remembered it being small squeezy holes and thinking that I probably wouldn’t bother to go back.  But Marcia and Diana were … Continue reading

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