Saturday, 20th October 2007 by Colin
With the resent weather in South Wales ruling out a return to Tucks, Andy and I headed further West to a dig site near the South Wales caving club hut in a cave called Gents Dig...
Sunday, 7th October 2007 by Rachel
On Saturday, Richard and I met Colin and Sloth in Bernies café, where we were assembling for a trip down Bar Pot...
Saturday, 15th September 2007 by Colin
Since last weeks disappointment we had found out from the land owner that in the week before our previous dive attempt a farmer further up the valley had sprayed the bracken in his fields. In light of this information we now assume that it was the chemical that had stained the water...
Sunday, 9th September 2007 by Colin
After the previous dive at Tucks Rift both of us (Andy and Colin) had high hopes for the day’s trip...
Sunday, 2nd September 2007 by Rachel
This weekend, I have not only learnt the delights of Bar Pot and Grey Wife, but also, how committed and absolutely crazy my friend Colin is. Seriously, this man is nutty. Caving is one thing, cave diving is another thing...
Saturday, 1st September 2007 by Colin
The plan for the weekend involved three choices for the Saturday. We (Rach and Colin) ended up taking the second choice which was Bar Pot, one of the simpler entrances into the Gaping Gill system...
Saturday, 11th August 2007 by Colin
After enough good weather in the Hepste valley in South Wales Andy and Colin thought Tucks Rift might be in condition. This is a long term project that has resulted in us finding about 100 m of previously unexplored passage and one aven with an impassable surface connection...
Sunday, 15th July 2007 by Colin
The weather had remained dry overnight so I took the chance of a trip up to Grey Wife Hole on Newby Moss, an interesting Sunday cave only 15 minutes from the road. The original plan was to go and dive the sump. Common sense prevailed and I went up with the aim of checking the [...]