By Bill Walker
Photos: Adam Scherer
On October 1st 2006, Aaron King, Adam Scherer, and Bill Walker went to Briar Cave to take pictures and work on our dig. We hauled digging tools, photography equipment, and vertical gear (yes vertical gear) into the cave. We set up a rappel over the Balcony and into the Lake Room. Adam traveled through the Endless Room to the other side of the Lake Room.
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while Adam snapped photos.
We then dropped all our climbing gear and traveled to our dig. We’ve been working on this dig off and on for the past couple of years. This was Aaron’s first cave trip and he jumped right into the hole and started hacking the tough clay. We’ll definitely bring this guy back if we ever break through into virgin cave. He earned it that day! We added an extra 5 feet of passage to Briar that day from his efforts!
digging for about 3 hours, we took a trip over to the Southern Area to see if it was open. It was open, but just barely, with only a couple of inches of air space. We checked out the Southern Area, but the air was REALLY bad in here. We were breathing heavy and our hearts were racing. We didn’t spend much time in here, and as soon as we got back into Hydrophobiac’s Horror, we could breath normally again. One positive note is that the farm is removing the huge piles of horse manure that overly this area of the cave. Hopefully, the bad air problem will become less and less of a issue.