Hurricane Sandy passed by on her way to the North–giving clear blue skies to Central Florida on the 28th of October, 2012. It just happens that Steve Nemeth put together a trip for the Elkin family and any other FSS members who wanted to explore Tucks and Lundy Caves that day. Steve, Ben, and Jason took Patrick, Ken, Connor, and Emily through the horizontal part of Tucks all the way to Keith’s Extension. Exploring the bedding planes, canyon passages, flowstone, and chert ribbons that make this such a very interesting cave.
During their absence Bill set to work digging out the vertical entrance, to open the gate. Once opened, both drops were rigged. Steve brought the three Elkins by to witness some climbing. Ben and Jason rigged up to join us as the new cavers peered over the top of the inside drop.
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A great way to celebrate a hurricanes passage.
Photos and story by: Philip Walker