Sunday, November 23, 2014

Crew 363 Lock In

Crew 363 has been doing the Lock In for 3 years and used the Squeeze Box for 2 of those to help them recruit and show how much fun their Crew is. This year I stayed to help.
For those who don’t know what a Squeeze Box is, it’s a tool that cavers use to see how small of a space they can get into, and out of again. It’s also a lot of fun to play with and the kids enjoy this as much as adults do. Probably more. They try to beat each other’s record and try to beat their own previous smallest squeeze.














The one thing I forgot about with Lock Ins is that nobody really sleeps. It was tough to keep up with them.

Questions?

If you want more information about taking youth groups caving, or you’re just curious about what’s involved with getting kids underground, visit the National Speleological Society Youth Group Liaison Committee at www.caves.org/youth. Or you can email me directly at allenmaddox@youcave.org. I’d enjoy hearing from you.


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Allen


“Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but well placed footsteps, kill nothing but time.” – cavers’ creed

National Speleological Society Youth Group Liaison Committee. The youth group’s connection to caves and caving.


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