04/02/17 - Whilst everyone else was watching the rugby, three of us bobbed down Waterfall Hole to have another look at Great Gunn's Rift. Sam has either grown a bit or the entrance crawl's gotten tighter since we were last there, but after a bit of effort he was through. Down the pitch and the fun wet climbs and we soon found ourselves in Waterfall Chamber. Unfortunately the squeeze up into Great Gunn's Rift was going to be too tight for Sam, so he patiently waited in the chamber whilst Rob and I squeezed up past the loose blocks. We'd last been up there a year or so ago and about halfway up I remembered there being a tall, wide rift running at 90 degrees to the main inclined rift. This is what we were here to climb, but my memory is obviously appalling, as what I remembered being a tall rift with no top in sight, turned out to be about 6m high with boulders and mud clearly blocking the way on. Bollocks. So we dumped the drill and the rest of the kit and continued up into the top aven which I scrambled up last time. In the opposite side to the rock bridge at the top there's a narrow slot through into a small chamber, the roof looks blocked but there might be a possible way on at a lower level. It would take some widening to get through though as I could only just get my helmet through into it (without my head). Something for another time maybe. After that, we regrouped with Sam, headed out and washed up in the waterfall back in the shake hole.  A quick stop off at some of the holes Rob had spotted the other week around Hanging Flat/Horseshoe (none of which went anywhere) then off to The Moon. (Sam, Rob, Mike)