Through all the ups and downs of life, the author has always been pushed toward cave diving. From childhood to the present time, he explains what has shaped and sharpened him for this activity, which is regarded as very hazardous and engaged. He explains how this nonpaid activity is linked with the other parts of his life. The emphasis is put not only on exploration, which is a very central element of caving and cave diving but also on ethical, social, technical, and scientific considerations. Doing things is presented as more important than having or being.During a weekend with a good weather, with Denis and Christophe, we went to the Siphons du Fond to perform the dive of ... We had decided that during the dive, Denis and Christophe would make a proper survey of the passage between ... I agree with a majority of cavers that on the BCRA (British Cave Research Association) scale, which has five usual grades from 1 to 5, it can be at best of third grade.
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