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Report - Ore Mine (Summer 2016)

subground.info

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#1
This small Ore Mine we have visited in Summer 2016.
The first Kilometer you walk in around 1m deep water. Its not easy because a lot of things are in the Water and you cant see them. So it takes some Time to walk this Kilometer.
But its really worth in my opinion.
The Mine is not really big but have some really nice Parts to take Fotos.
On the Way back, in the last 500m i hit a Nail with my Leg and the Wader get full of Water.
But i am happy that the Nail just destroy the Wader, i am am not that lucky, it can be my Foot.


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The Franconian

28DL Regular User
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#4
Another good report again, subground man,thank you
This is lovely! Those tide marks are something else though!!! :eek::eek::eek:
what does this mean "tide marks" in that case, high water marks?
Is it the bride area above water level (pic 7 from below)
or maybe also sometimes up to that fine white line to be seen in pic 6 from below ?
 

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