Category Archives: Caving

Abercrombie – the only act in town

ABERCROMBIE CAVES – 10 – 12 January 2020 This trip had been set up months ago, to try to finish off some of the outstanding cave surveying for the upcoming publication of the definitive book on Abercrombie Caves.  I knew … Continue reading

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Some of us have still “Got It”

ABERCROMBIE CAVES – 15 – 17 November 2019 Another weekend at Abercrombie trying to finalise some cave surveying and other information for the book that will be going to print in 12 month’s time.  We were lucky enough to have … Continue reading

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Lights, Camera, Action!

EAT, SLEEP, CAVE, REPEAT Extremely rare footage of M!  As most of you know, apart from being extremely camera shy, I’m also a member of Metropolitan Speleological Society (MSS) – amongst other clubs!  One of our members, Alan Green, and … Continue reading

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Abercrombie – again?

ABERCROMBIE CAVES – 16 – 20 September 2019 How many times can you visit Abercrombie Caves in one year?  Well when your speleo club decides to write a book on the area, and you’re a soft touch when the word … Continue reading

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How many ways can I stuff up SRT?

LANE COVE NATIONAL PARK – 26 May 2019 The continuing story of me trying to become proficient with SRT (Single Rope Technique – used in caving).  If I just have to abseil down a rope, or prussik up the rope, … Continue reading

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