A buddy and I visited Worley's Cave just a few miles from Bristol, Tennessee. It's non technical in terms of rope work, but it does have some good crawls, a couple of spots where it's best to rig a handline, and a nice long creek walk at the back. We're careful around these pools. We don't want to muddy the waters on these guys. Checking out some active formations. My buddy sliding into one of the longer belly crawls. It was about 15 yards with one tight spot that took some maneuverability and patience. These formations were incredibly consistent and there had to be a thousand "straws" along this wall. Eppers Ledge. The map and information in Caves of Tennessee notes that rescue would be very difficult past this point. I'm sure the RAT team could handle it. The final 1/2 mile required wading through knee to waist-deep water. We took about 5 hours to totally work through the cave. It was an awesome adventure and I'm looking forward to searching out more local caves to check out.