That must be an encouraging noise!
Following a telephone call from Pete O'Neil on Friday night, I joined a team of DCC cavers for a trip down Eldon Hole today, although the snowy conditions on the surface almost stopped us driving up Eldon Lane. After the DCC members had been up to see the Sword of Damocles we hauled all the rubble we left at the bottom of the dig shaft and re-rigged the West route with new rope, it needed it.An excellent trip finished off nicely with a pint in the Wanted Inn.Next trip on Wednesday evening.Great trip Mark, what time you meeting on Wednesday? Mark
Olly,7pm on Wednesday evening at the top of Eldon Lane. Or at least as far up the lane as the snow will allow.It'll be good to see you and anybody else who would like to join us.Mark
What happened :-p
Quote from: Tangent_tracker on February 16, 2017, 03:10:59 pmWhat happened :-pSorry.We WILL be there on Sunday, meeting at Yondermans Cafe at 10am and up Eldon Lane soon after.Mark
Quote from: Mark Wright on February 16, 2017, 03:25:33 pmQuote from: Tangent_tracker on February 16, 2017, 03:10:59 pmWhat happened :-pSorry.We WILL be there on Sunday, meeting at Yondermans Cafe at 10am and up Eldon Lane soon after.MarkAnd we were there.Big team of Mark W., Mark R., Mark S., Adam, Toby & Ivor.A good 0.6m deeper after todays session. We couldn't hear any big rivers but we had a pretty strong draught coming out of the dig floor, getting stronger as the day went on. None of us had noticed it this strong before. It could be a sign.Mark R. went home early complaining the sharp end diggers weren't filling the buckets up quick enough.Thanks to Henry R. for meeting us in the Devonshire afterwards to drop off a couple of bags of scaffold clips for the project.Mark
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