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Yes, I live in Austin– but I am still a transplant learning their way around, what’s what, and I feel like every few weeks I get to encounter the wow that comes with being a tourist in a new place. 567 more words

Secret Underground Bristol by Sally Watson

Secret Underground Bristol by Sally Watson lands on the shelves of my shop, where it will be found in my Architecture section.

Bristol: Broadcast Books, 2002, Paperback. 12 more words

BookLovers Of Bath: The Shop!

Carlsbad Caverns National Park

Carlsbad Caverns National Park is a park that I didn’t know too much about going into it. I knew it was a really big cave in New Mexico (my favorite state) and that was about it. 820 more words

National Parks


“Where are we?  Why is it so quiet?” the Captain asks, “Why are we forbidden to see?”

“We’re in a cavern,” Birdseye maintains, “the deepest cavern of them all.” 233 more words


Wind Cave

The Black HIlls of South Dakota are a very popular destination for vacationers and daytrippers from the central United States.  Due to the beauty of the area, more tourists from the rest of the country and internationally have discovered western South Dakota. 724 more words

Cultural Highlights

The Caverns of Ulthik and the Tree of Stone

A magical stone dragon has hatched in the Ku Highlands – a call for adventure if ever there was one!

The flinty grey sands and basalt promontories of the Ku Highlands make for an inhospitable home to the three highland tribes. 483 more words


The Tale of the Haunted Caverns

WARNING: This story may give you nightmares.

There once was a group of four friends.  Kasen was eleven years old, Kathrine was ten, Andrew was twelve, and Emma was six.   1,057 more words