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Kartchner Caverns, Arizona

Well, as Sister Maria said to the Von Trapp children, Start at the very beginning; it’s a very good place to start.

In 2009, Carl was still on active duty in the US Navy, stationed as an Assistant Professor at the United States Air War College in Montgomery, AL. 563 more words


na na na na na na, BATMAN!

ok, so we didn’t see any bats. the bats migrate to Carlsbad Caverns during the spring through late Autumn, but we did see some awesome stalagmites, stalagtites, and other really cool scientific-y speleological formations. 427 more words


Luray Caverns, Virginia

The first time I ever went into an actual under-the-ground cave, I was about nine years old and living overseas with my family. I was absolutely fascinated by the inner workings of our earth.  251 more words


The caverns of Valkulamminvuori

The first field trip was to Isojärvi National Park but before entering the park itself, we took a little detour. 279 more words

National Park

We went 750 feet under ground

We left Arizona and headed to the southeast corner of New Mexico. On our way we took a break when we saw the Owl Cafe… 188 more words


Roadtrip USA Day 11-12: Virginia ; Luray Caverns and Shenandoah Park

After staying couple of days in Washington DC, we are contemplating if we are going back to Virginia since it stopped raining. My husband wants us to move on, but i do wanna see Luray Caverns and still wanna do the hike, ofcourse i won lol, you have to make your wife happy ;). 179 more words

The River Gallery

In the mountains of Kuln, the Ironflow river’s tributaries form a number of ravines, clefts, and canyons of various sizes. This particular cleft cuts through some sedimentary rock where the river has washed out sections of the softer rocks forming a series of natural galleries that were in time expanded upon by a small clan of miners as their base of operations while mining and panning in the area. 265 more words