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Headed back to the ranch-Part 1

We didn’t want to leave quite yet, had planned to stay for the Fall colours and maybe even Thanksgiving but it was not to be. The problem with owning a ranch, things change and our house sitters suddenly had to leave a month early for reasons unexplained..c’est la vie my old French friend Michel would say, or usually la vie est dur, but I can’t complain as we’d had the best summer possible. 2,057 more words

California Cavern, CA

I can definitely say my second sister is my real sister! Its not that our oldest sister is not our sister, is just that my second sister is adventurous as adventurous as me and sometimes even more.  751 more words


Cave of the Crystals in Mexico

Cave of the Crystals in Mexico

Where People are tiny. The ‘Cave of the Crystals’ lies 120 meters below the ‘Cave of Swords’

Cave of the Crystals or Giant Crystal Cave (Cueva de los Cristales) is a cave connected to the Naica Mine 300 metres (980 ft) below the surface in Naica, Chihuahua, Mexico. 117 more words

Flora & Fauna

Bozeman and the Lewis and Clark Caverns

Montana is a state full of spectacular places. Both Courtney and I were continually amazed by its immense beauty, both natural and otherwise. The sheer amount of it is nearly matched by the variety. 902 more words


Natural Bridge Caverns

I don’t recall when my fixation with caves actually began, but when I have the opportunity to try to frequent them as much as I can so when I went on a recent trip to San Antonio, Texas I was excited to stumble upon… 472 more words

Sites & Bites

The Statue Gallery

There is a cave with far too many statues within it that some locals whisper about when drunk enough. The local kids will dare each other to climb down into the cavern and touch a statue, with the bravest actually moving past the first few and reaching one in the darker confines of the gallery cavern. 345 more words