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 →
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!
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 →
Getting in some fun cave dives between classes here in Mexico. Yesterday Kevin and I were treated to a great light show in the cavern of Taj Mahal, with light rays piercing the darkness and encouraging a few extra mins … Continue reading →
Been stupid busy (but the good kind of busy) a bit of a backlog of cool dive pics to post… more soon. Thanks to Kevin and Rob and Rob’s awesome video light! Now off to DEMA in Orlando. But first, … Continue reading →
REVISITED: 4 May 2012 Keith, Karl, Kevin, and I got an awesome in Indian today as we worked our way eastward across the panhandle with sweet dives in Jackson Blue and Emerald before hitting my favorite cave dive: Indian Springs.