Christmas seems like a good time to spend on improving your cave lights. Or, "improving" as it may be in my case. But I really like to the colours of the new lights :-)
I also took the opportunity for some pre-Christmas eating caving, in anticipation of a tight crawl. My home town Kauniainen has a few small holes, but no real proper cave, not even a boulder cave that you can crawl through. Except one... maybe. It turned out that I wasn't actually able to crawl through, although it would have been possible, I think, without the fleece, with a few kilos less, and maybe also someone to call the fire brigade if I get stuck.
(Although I've always wondered what the firemen would do? Spray lubricant?)
Caving lights in use:
This cave will go some day. Maybe in the summer with a t-shirt. In the meantime, I made a simple map:
Here are the entrances:
A big fallen tree marks the place:
Christmas foods followed. Here's the dessert:
This article has also appeared at Blogspot. See more caving stories at Planetcaver.net, and all Planetskier and Planetcaver stories at Blogspot and TGR! See also my cave map that runs the Psgeo software that has now been open sourced! This article and photos are (c) 2020 by Jari Arkko. All rights reserved.
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