Forrest Wilson (with 2 Rs)
Any opinions are personal.
That's the spirit Forrest!
Had the opportunity to complete cavern through apprentice with Rob Neto earlier this month. Thanks again for the great training Rob!
Now for the favorite cave question, that┤s a difficult one. We did get to dive all the back-mountable caves at the Mill Pond, which were all fantastic, each in it┤s own way. After that we spent a week just diving at Peacock Springs, which was magnificent as well, of course.
So having said that, my favorite cave for now would definitely be "Hole in the Wall"
Name: Steve L
Married?: Nope. I cave dive, so I won't let a woman keep me from that (unless there are some single cave diving women out there...)
Family?: I have a dog. Siberian Husky
1 hobby other then cave diving: Shooting stuff. There are more, but I will follow the rules
Occupation: Dive Instructor
Favorite Cave to dive: A wet one. If I had to choose, I'd say Peacock.
Name: Angie Stringer
Married?: single and lovin it
Family?: younger sister
1 hobby other then cavediving: kayaking
Occupation: System engineer/IT
Favorite Cave to dive: Jackson Blue
Name: Danny Graham
Married?: Yes coming up on 15 years
Family?: 3 girls and two dogs
1 hobby other then cavediving: fishing
Occupation: Production Manager @ Nuvair
Favorite Cave to dive: Grand Cenote in Tulum
Just started cave diving; finished Rebreather Cave with Matt @ Protec in June. Live in So Cal and wanting to dive a cave on Santa Cruz Island was my motivation for taking the class.
Name: (still) Gary L. Schaut
Married: to Rev. Faith McCausland Schaut
Family: Brother, 2 Sisters, and now 2 Daughters-in-law and 3 grand-daughters (1 teenager, 2 in diapers)
Occupation: still pushing buttons for CBS News
Favorite Cave: Peacock 1, so far. (but looking forward to checking out Jug Hole and Bahamas in the future)
Current Level of Certification: Full Cave (in side mount configuration, but not diving side mount passages)
Take only photos, leave only bubbles, kill only time.