The coldest morning so far with below 24 when we woke up, last night a couple of us stayed up practicing rope climbing for the visit to the dry cave on Friday. Tired and with sore muscles we took of to the mountains as the morning sun made the snow sparkle.
One of the teams explored another 70 meters of the cave and a new passage that split into two, one went up stream -and the other to what could be a new dry area. Its was hard to explore because the cave had collapsed and the risk of new rockslides was to big for the divers to continue.
We had 25 children and teenagers from the local school that visited us at the base camp today. Our work is not only to explore the cave but also to inform -and present the expedition and our progress to the public. They got the opportunity to ask questions, see the divers and how we work. The visit was appreciated and we hope the children enjoyed they stay.