It's been a little over 18 months since I last posted to this blog, so I thought I best post a status update:
First off, I am still looking for collaborators who might be willing to post to the blog or even take over the website and domain. If you are interested then drop me a line via email.
Secondly I must apologize to a couple of reporters who have written to me asking for interviews regarding urbanspelunking and urbanexploration. There is no good reason I can give you for not replying other than I forgot and screwed up. For the record I am no longer active in urbanspelunking except for this blog and the website. Also I have always lived in the Seattle area, so I could not provide any insight into the urbanspelunking scene in your respective cities.
Finally for those of you who use Google+ you might be interested in knowing that there is now a page on Google+ for this blog and the site. Feel free to add the page to your circles.
Since I am a armchair urban explorer, I decided to create both the Urbanspelunkers site as well as this blog to satisfy my interest in urban spelunking and exploration, and serve as a useful resource for others.
I am hoping to build up both this blog and the Urbanspelunkers site, and I am always interested adding new links, or even content from others. Feel free to send me an email if you have news or links you would like to share with others.
The information presented in this blog is strictly for information purposes only, and is not intended to promote any illegal activity.
We all know that gaining unauthorized access to a building, or any other property is wrong, so don't do it. If you do then you do so at your own risk, and knowing the potential consequences of your actions.
There are far more places and sites accessible to the public that are worth checking out than there are restricted places and sites. Be smart, be safe, be respectful of others and the law, so you can have fun with you urban spelunking and exploring