The sinking feeling you only get when SUSS take to the water. 
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The sinking feeling you only get when SUSS take to the water. 

I’ve decided that I might actually quite like caving. On the Wednesday of our recent sailing holiday around Majorca we reached a sea cave that Helen had found through an old Dudley trip report that sounded amazing called Cova des Coloms. Due to numbers of wetsuits, lights and the logistics we decided to split into two […]

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Life Members’ Newsletter 31/12/14

I’d say it’s that time of year again but as long as I’ve been in the club (5 and a half years – bloody hell!) I’ve never noticed a life members newsletter. I was even Chairman for a year and wrote one though alas it was never published (on the basis that it didn’t have […]

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Let’s talk about Kevin (Eldon)

Let’s not. Instead we can talk about my first subterranean adventure since Parys Mountain last November. What with my exams finishing on Thursday and a foot that is 85% there*, the first free weekend I leapt at the chance to go caving at the spiritual homeland known as the TSG (albeit in my case mainly […]

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Berger and chips, please.

Friday 28th Jun The ‘holiday’ couldn’t have come fast enough. Distraught over exam failings, I was ready to pack up and go. I packed all the stuff I had in the world into the SUSS hut and was ready to leave. I use the word ready very, very loosely. I was to travel down with […]

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Of Mice and Moosetrap

I hate crawling. I really do. I struggle to put pen to paper (or keyboard to screen?) when I think of this vile misery. It varies from monotonous to awkward, and is usually slow and painful – much like lectures on medical ethics, and hopefully not this trip report you are reading. I only go […]