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Peppersauce Cave, AZ
2011-07-0911 by
 
Tucson, AZ
 
Caving1.00 Miles   2 Hrs   15 Mns    0.44 mph
    
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joe bartels
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I'll we be the first to say I'm not a caver.Dave talked me in to doing this after doing an AZT passage.It turned out to be pretty cool but it made me a little uneasy in the tight spots.My hats off to you that do caves like this and a lot tighter spaces.We did get some great help from another three people that was so helpfull.A big thanks to them and the three with me helping me make it.I got out with only a scrape,a couple little head cuts and five pounds of mud. :y: .Peppesauce campground turned out to be a great spot to wash off a few pounds of the mud. :D Taking a change of clothes and a plastic bag for the muddy ones works pretty well.Take a good headlamp.You wouldn't want to get back in there with no light!Oh yeah.and a helmet wouldn't be a bad idea. :D
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