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Welsh Wezzit

shortscotsman

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Went to Minchin recently.  Surprisingly large single chamber inside!. 

..something from S Wales but not gower....


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(I don't take many pictures)
 

Minion

Member
North West Inlet, Craig Y Ffynnon?

The short bit of rope you're referring to I think may be the rope up the short scramble to the second choke.
 

Huge

Member
I thought I recognised the passage but the SRT kit confused me so now I'm going with my original thought of Ogof Pasg.

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Long Drop

Member
Agree with Huge that it looks like the short canal section in Ogof Pasg, in which case SRT kit would have been a massive waste of time (and tricky through the following duck and squeeze).
 

shortscotsman

New member
Huge has it.

It is Ogof Pasg.  the pool before the canal was sumped so I was playing with my kit on the (very short) rope up.
 

Huge

Member
A handline usually surffices for that Shortscottsman!  ;)

Exact location please.
 

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Alkapton

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It has been said (CCC Journal V.11 et. al.) that "Sombody, somwhere has said cavers spend the first few hours of their life squeezing out of a vagina and spend the rest of their lives lrying to get back up".

Ah, the beauties of Welsh caves ;-)
 

Huge

Member
Bang on Long Drop, are you familiar with the Place?  ;)  Over to you.

Looking across the shallow pool, at the start of the wet crawl, in the Draenen entrance series. Crawled through there yesterday.
 
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