Last month, 91 year-old Bill Halliday said goodbye to the grotto he's been a part of since the 80s just before moving back home to Seattle. Bill has been a part of the NSS since its earliest days in the 1940s and, in this episode; talks about his caving life, comments on the current NSS structure, and thanks his fellow members for their fellowship.
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Canadian (former Hoosier) Dale Chase wrote a book on his colorful caving life and shared several excerpts for this month's episode. You can buy his book here: http://www.blurb.ca/b/8493203-journey-to-the-center-of-the-earth
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This month I'm honored to have our current NSS President as my guest. We talked about his early days in caving, his involvement in the exploration of Roppel Cave, caving leadership, the current state of the NSS, and his hopes for the future. This episode is sponsored by OrganicRobot on Etsy.
Laura has been in some tough situations while caving. Despite this, she still leaps at any opportunity to get underground. This month she shares some great stories and a few cautionary tales, including being trapped in Binkley Cave during a flood last December. This episode is sponsored by OrganicRobot on Etsy.