I suppose I am like most other lawyers, looking for alternate activities to get my mind off my practice. I have always been the outdoor type, and when Ted Lee, a patent attorney in San Antonio, Texas, asked me to go caving with him one day, I naturally jumped at the offer. It was a relatively small cave within the city limits of San Antonio where I joined Lee, Mike Cicherski and a few others. Three hours later we emerged tired, dirty and excited. Our next cave was near Guadalupe State Park called Honey Creek. It was an underground river that took five hours to swim through. Wearing a scuba suit and fins, we swam through with the aid of a kick board.
On our next adventure, we rappelled 1,200 feet on one single rope down into El Sotano De Las Golondrinas. After that, to raise awareness for a youth program in San Antonio, Lee and I and a few others rappelled off of the Hemisfair Tower. We have explored several other caves in my quest of outdoor escapism.
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