Quarterly Proceedings of
the Bluegrass Grotto: the North Central Kentucky Area
Chapter of the National Speleological Society
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vol. 41. iss. 3, September 2006

The Webster Cave Complex Survey Group:  Wet and wild in Breckinridge County.
Editor's Note: Editor’s note: For quite a while I have been a member of the yahoo group: WCCSG • Webster Cave Complex Survey Group. I have never caved with them however. Webster cave floods on occasion which simultaneously gives me the creeps and intrigues me. The same reason I watch scary movies is the reason I listen to what these people have to say about their exploits in Webster Cave. These are our caving neighbors in Louisville. The filament that connects us is likely too long and narrow. In the interest of publicizing their work and bringing the Webster group closer to the

Bluegrass Grotto, we asked WCCSG if anyone would be willing to do a labor of love and communicate to the caver community in Lexington and beyond. Ben Hutchins volunteered to our delight and gratitude. Thank you Ben.
Arthur

The Webster Cave Complex Survey Group:  Wet and wild in Breckinridge County.
Ben Hutchins.
   The caves of the Sinking Creek in Breckinridge County are well known by many Kentucky cavers, and they have seen years of exploration, especially by the 
Louisville grotto.  Most of that attention, however, has 
Editor: Arthur Cammers and Judi Kuhl
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