I finally bought a house in Cave Country! W00T!!!

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Seeing this thread is from 2017, and it's been 7 years of cave country, do you now feel like a cave man?
 
Seeing this thread is from 2017, and it's been 7 years of cave country, do you now feel like a cave man?
I am a troglodyte who's been too long out of the water. :( I can't wait to get back in, but will take it slow, when I do. No rushing!
 
Nice ! So you seem to have plenty more of space ! thank you for the bbq ! 😂
 
I am a troglodyte who's been too long out of the water. :( I can't wait to get back in, but will take it slow, when I do. No rushing!
First, congrats on paying off the homestead!
Secondly...

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Secondly...
I can't even walk down to the springs, just to swim. ;( People offer to take my tanks down for me all the time. I'll take them up on that when I can make it down there. I'm not ready for a wheelchair.
 
I can't even walk down to the springs, just to swim. ;( People offer to take my tanks down for me all the time. I'll take them up on that when I can make it down there. I'm not ready for a wheelchair.
With the newly free'd up income you could petition to have a ramp and assist chair/lift put in there. Win win
 
Pete,

While I was down in Cozumel in Dec. doing Solo & ITT, I re-injured my back leaning over to move a beach chair during the port shutdown. (Likely a minor re-rupture of my L3-L4 disk that had majorly ruptured a few years back and was cleaned-out with surgery)

I felt so much BETTER after my subsequent dives. Being neutral with gentle movement seemed to decompress things and give the nerves a chance to not be irritated for a while.

IANAD, and of course this is not medical advise (consult YOUR medical professionals), but if you can put together a trusted support team, maybe some snorkeling\floating might make you feel better.

I feel for you, good sir!
 
I can't even walk down to the springs, just to swim. ;( People offer to take my tanks down for me all the time. I'll take them up on that when I can make it down there. I'm not ready for a wheelchair.
Maybe a good wagon
 
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