THE EXPLORATION AND SURVEY OF THE BLUE SPRING RESURGENCE.  LITTLE COLORADO RIVER, ARIZONA. 

For the first time in the history of studying the Little Colorado river, the region surrounding the Grand canyon's tributaries, as well as northern Arizona, a dive into a large submerged cave system was successfully accomplished.   Dangerous axle breaking rock crawling roads and a ankle busting hike with two thousand four hundred feet of elevation loss in a mile of distance created some steep and focused traversing that came with heavy penity points if a fall were to occur.  As we carefully made our way down to the  the Little Colorado river, high sulfates, magnesium, and carbonates bring out a beautiful rich blue color that emerges from over one hundred springs. One spring in particular recharges the Little Colorado River accumulating to over half of its drainage into the Grand Canyon. This particular spring releases a constant two hundred cubic feet per square inch from a now confirmed vast subterraniean world. Even though this cave emitted such strong water pressure, a successful dive was performed and I was able to penetrate this cave and continue exploration into what might become one of the longest submerged cave systems in the United States...