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    Buford Sink and Little Gator Siphon
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    Due to its remoteness, and the difficulty of gaining access through the waist-deep mud swamps, choked pine and palmetto forests, and endless saw grass flats, many of these cave systems still elude even hard-core cave explorers.

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    Re: Buford Sink and Little Gator Siphon

    Only a small handful would push the restrictions that Brett did but how many of them would party with a gator after wards LOL

    Thank you for all the wonderful articles you share with us!

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    Re: Buford Sink and Little Gator Siphon

    Thank you Curt for sharing all this wonderful information!

    Have been to Buford and although the trip through the swamp can be really tough (sunk in to both of my knees with a 112 on my back and used a branch overhead to pull myself out), once you dive it, I think it is well worth it.

    Do bring plenty of bug spray, though! Also, recommend you do this in the fall/winter when it has cooled down.

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