Mine Cave Diving In The Most Unlikely Place [Video]
Scuba diving in the middle of cow pastures in Wisconsin?
When I think of scuba diving it doesn’t bring to mind the use of gardening tools such as rakes and shovels, but apparently there are times when they are needed.
These cave divers had to trek across pastures and over fences to get to their dive destination and then clear the entry point in south western Wisconsin.
Well, after all of their efforts it was well wort it. They were eventually able to do some serious cave diving in the Rodham Mine and capture it all in a well produced video ( see below).
The mine is completely submerged and many of the mining artifacts are well preserved in crystal clear water.
See their amazing trek in the video below.
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