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 Meets: Derbishire Weekend

Trips and Meetsdirtyboy writes "The Derbyshire weekend went well with a great turn out. Many thanks to Frank for turning out and bringing the numbers up to three! And also for being the club leader on this expedition. Apologies understood for Phil Ryder not coming along, as the prospect of pitching ones tent under water is not a good one. As it turned out once the water levels dropped and the sun came out it was very very very nice. And yes we even got underground and not in a show cave! Can’t remember its name but it was in a quarry with a long crawl but well worth it for the pretties at the end."

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Re: Derbishire Weekend (Score: 1)
by frankontour on Thursday, September 28 @ 12:50:50 BST
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the cave was called sidetrack and it used to be prettier there are some pictures at

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