Norway’s Newest GUE Cave 1 Divers

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Congratulations to Nora and Johannes, of Team Happy Vikings, for successful completion of GUE Cave 1 in North Florida. This team of Norwegians had amazing weather, great conditions, a very productive class, and a full immersion in North Florida culture! … Continue reading

GUE Performance Workshop

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GUE Seattle is hosting a GUE Leading EDGE Performance Workshop March 3-5, 2017. This workshop provides GUE divers of all levels (cave, tech, recreational) an opportunity to brush up on their skills and learn about any recent changes to procedures. … Continue reading

Cure for Wedding-cake-itis…

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The plethora of white decorations at Nahoch Na Chich are beautiful; but, sometimes you need some variety. Yesterday Cenote Naharon delivered. The Naranjal system is now considered part of the larger Sistema Sac Actun. Naharon offered us some great halocline experiences: … Continue reading

It’s Like Someone Went Insane While Frosting a Wedding Cake!

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Kevin and I visited it Nohoch Na Chich, part of Sistema Sac Actun, yesterday. Thousands and thousands of feet of low flow, white speleothem, highly-decorated cave…. at an average depth of 15ft. Hours and hours until you hit turn pressure!

Halocline and Bluewater Fun in Jailhouse

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Kevin and I jumped into this super-inviting cenote yesterday. Yay, zero vis fun. Cenote Jailhouse  (AKA Muknal Remote Siphon) part of Sistema Naranjal. It soon clears up to neat formations in slightly tannic and relatively high-flow in the shallower freshwater … Continue reading

All’s Not a “Lost Hope”

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Mer spent 3 days last weekend supporting the cave research and exploration team Woodville Karst Plain Project (WKPP) in North Florida with some cave exploration in a sink called Chip’s Hole, located a few miles from Wakulla Springs. We had … Continue reading