On Sunday, February 13th Dan, Annette, Kitty and
I had planned on getting together to load up the debris piles along the road to “Jennings” for a couple of weeks. Today was that
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day. We met a little early to show Dan and Annette our most recent discovery in the area. We have been interested in getting an opinion from more experienced cavers on this particular site and this was a good opportunity. Not to mention they’re a lot of fun to cave with. We had a blast discussing the potential and swapping stories and before we knew it we were 20 minutes late to meet the others.
Back to “Jennings” we went. Waiting patiently were Amber and Edge perched on a rock at the entrance. Mike, a local neighbor of the property, also showed up with a trailer. That gave us two trailers and seven strong backs to work with. First were the giant pine logs. We loaded them up and Mike hauled them off to burn on his property. Next was the shingles and construction junk. That all went into Dan’s trailer without incident. Annette, Kitty and Amber began removing limbs from around the property and path and helped get the last of the piles we could haul safely.
Before unloading, we all geared up for a quick check on the
cave interior. We were pleased to find everything in order. Surprisingly, we counted five bats. That’s as many as have been counted in several years. It would be great to see a colony take up residence again. After unloading we headed back to my house for pizza and drinks by the outside fire. Between the logs and construction stuff I figure we got rid of a couple of tons of debris. It was a good day and I think those that helped would agree we were happy with the accomplishment.