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
Participants – Bill Gee Seth Colston Kristen Godfrey Jim Cooley
This trip was originally planned to be a training session for Seth and Kristen. I wanted to show them the route to the Round Room as part of their trip leader knowledge. We were also going to use the trip to test some light detector systems. At the last minute we added another goal, which was to inventory the rescue cache at the Round Room.read more
Carroll Cave data logger and rescue cache inventory
Permit numbers 2008-01 and 2007-02
Data logger participants – Seth Colston Kristen Godfrey Kayla Rosen Kayla Heady Martin Carmichael Tyler Skaggs Melissa Shippy
Rescue Cache inventory – Jay Kennedy Nick Kennedy Rita Worden Bill Gee
This trip was originally planned to be just a data logger service trip. The goals changed and evolved, especially in the two weeks leading up to the trip. Even on Saturday morning no one was completely sure who was going to be there and what the teams would be. By the time everyone got there we had three goals:read more
Our master photographer Rick Hines has stitched together several photos of the formation area at the entrance to UL2. The result is too large to host directly on this web site. Rick posted the photo to Gigapan. The link below should open it up for viewing.
This is one of the best formation areas in the cave. It is extremely difficult to light because of the contrast. Normally there is either too much light and everything washes out, or there is too little and everything is dark. Getting it just right, as in this photo, is an art.read more
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