The latest issue, complete with a four page report about *that* rescue. Using a day-by-day format, it starts to give a sense of what actually happened, rather than what the internet said.
Elsewhere there are articles marking the fiftieth anniversary of the Great Flood of ‘68 on Mendip, and this year’s NAMHO conference in the Forest of Dean. Also, the usual area reports.
Of especial interest to expeditioners going out in a few weeks, is a fairly full account of Cueva del Nacimiento, better known to Tresviso regulars as Cueva del Agua.
Visually, Descent 293 is a treat that, as usual. The front cover is by Bill Nix, the rear cover is one by Dave Watts; nice to see that photography of a high standard continues to develop in British caving circles.