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    Default Alachua Sink aka: Sonny's Sink

    Alachua Sink was great today. A little on the milky side to the first "T" but after that I guesstimate the vis at 60+ feet.

    My first time there, holy smokes what a cool cave. The biggest stratified clay bank I have ever seen.

    Big THANK YOU to Rick Crawford who was my guide for the day. I really appreciate him taking time out of his day to show our team around.

    Also a big thank you to everybody that worked on those stairs. That must have been one helluva project.

    It's bad luck to be superstitious.

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    it'll be a long time before I'm qualified to do that one.
    how's the hike back up those stairs in doubles?


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    I was using sm...still, next time I'm bringing a pack mule.

    It's bad luck to be superstitious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiteHedded View Post
    it'll be a long time before I'm qualified to do that one.
    how's the hike back up those stairs in doubles?
    Sucks in the middle of the summer but the hike down sucks worse


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    I would've thought the going up would be worse.
    I guess the tanks are lighter on that trip tho :P


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    Quote Originally Posted by LiteHedded View Post
    I would've thought the going up would be worse.
    I guess the tanks are lighter on that trip tho :P
    That and you are cooler...Kind of like the walk out from Buford...


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    Yeah!!

    I switched out my 104's for 95's when I did that. Jeez I barely made it out
    with them on (it was a hands and knees job)

    LL



 

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