Debby Blaser: Yesterdays She-P training field: A cave in the Swiss Mountains. There is a small lake on top of the waterfall and behind that is the cave entrance.
In order to get all our cave gear down there, back up again und complete the surface intervall, we climbed down and up again eight !! times in total. The “path” can be seen on the close up picture, its on the right side, starting to go up on the upper side of the waterfall. LOL, there is no path, you have to rope up and down 😉.
Even though I didn’t have any leakage for months, I was curious to see if the She-P would stand up to these conditions: 15 hours in my She-P including four hours of car ride, a lot of climbing and heavy lifting,roping down over rocks, two dives. Well… it did! I’m so happy and thrilled.
Thank you Heleen and Laura for all your patience, time and effort in developing and improving the She-P. It’s so simple, but it changes everything!