Category Archives: MSS

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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Hugh and the Playboy Bunnies

SYDNEY, NSW – 17 September 2022 This post is for my 2yo great-grandson, Mason, who lent me his bunny to be our Mascot, for the Annual MSS Observation Drive – wouldn’t usually be blog-worthy, but my teammate, Marcia K and … Continue reading

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Creek Exploration with John

DHARUG NATIONAL PARK – 12 September 2022 I’ve been eyeing off this creek for about 6 months now, even put it on the Club Calendar as a short notice day walk – thankfully no-one put their hand up to do … Continue reading

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Borenore Bludge Weekend

BORENORE CAVES, NSW – 20-21 August 2022 Jim floated the idea of a trip to Borenore Caves (one of the few caving areas in NSW that are open lol), there aren’t that many caves there, certainly not enough for a … Continue reading

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