Trip date: 2020-09-06 Project manager: Trip purpose: Camping only Areas of Cave visited: Campground Trip participants: Sam Taylor, Ben Taylor Entry Time: n/a Exit Time: n/a The trip report: My two sons (age 10 and 6) and myself camped outside the cave as an end of summer getaway (and opportunity for my wife to prepare for their home based education this fall). We arrived at 3:15 on Sunday afternoon (Sept 6). We departed at 8:00 Monday morning.read more
This goes out to all Carroll Cave Conservancy members, past and present. On July 25th of this year, CCC held its annual meeting over the Zoom platform. Being an even year, there was an election of officers held. Your new officers are Jeff Page, President, Jay Kennedy, VP, Bill Gee, Recording Secretary, and Kristen Godfrey, Treasurer. Our bylaws allow the elected officers to recruit five at-large board member positions to ensure a broader perspective on the issues facing CCC. Your new board of directors includes the officers listed above along with Bob Lerch, Dan Lamping, Terry Sherman, Jim Cooley and Rick Hines. This group will be meeting by email or other medium to discuss and resolve issues confronting CCC over the next two years.read more
Attendees – Rick Hines Bill Gee Jeff Page Jaime Euliss Marty Griffin Jay Kennedy Nick Kennedy Martin Carmichael Hou Zhong Kristin Godfrey Jim Cooley Jullie Cottrell Bob Lerch Dan Lamping Seth Colston RHS??
Rick Hines called the meeting to order at 1008.
Minutes from last meeting were noted as being posted on the CCC web site. No one had any changes, so they were accepted as written.read more
Participants Tony Schmitt Derik Holtmann Josh Brewer Josh Hafner Jeff Crews
The permit was under Dan Lamping’s name but due to a last minute injury he was unable to participate.
We entered the cave on Saturday morning having everyone at the bottom of the hole by 10am. Our objectives were to fix the tie-in of UL1 and mainstream, check a couple of things noted on the field notes, and then head upstream to the Round Room to get some better sketches, and add a cross section through the room.read more