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2007 Spring VAR, Durbin, WV

Posted on 27 April 2007 by admin

Bill Walker
Pics: Corey Bressalier

On 4-27-07, Cory Bressalier and I drove to Pocahontas County, West Virginia for the 2007 Spring VAR. This small event attracts cavers from the Virginias, and in our case, Florida. The event is comparable in size to

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The second day, Corey and I drove down to Greenbrier County to find something more exciting to get into. Greenbrier County has one of the highest concentrations of

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