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... many were closed for bat protection. Fortunately the park brochure gives ratings for the caves from easy to difficult. Here is a description of a difficult cave.
Catacombs Cave (6,903 ft.)
This very long cave is easily entered but gradually increases in difficulty. It is possible to walk upright for approximately 800 ft. to the stairway, after which the ceiling rarely exceeds 3 feet. A few ...
... and some thunder and lightning started to happen occasionally. It was a little risky to be out in it, but fun too. There was one time we were in a cave and we heard some thunder and lightning that seemed pretty close to the cave. We thought we should get out of there. We heard from a ranger that the sound of the thunder and lightning can magnify in the caves and can cause hearing damage. So we had to be careful.
Neither of ...
After taking Loren back to San Francisco, I started driving back north. I had a vague plan of making a detour off the usual route up I-5 to go someplace I'd never seen before. It's been a long time since I've taken US 97 north towards the Klamath Falls area, so I took the Weed, CA exit and stopped for one more view of Mt. Shasta--thankfully, from the northeast you can still see a little snow on the mountain. The view ...
... this trip we have read and remarked of the beauty of nature. However, Mother Nature commands a respect for the danger she presents. How sad that people do not get it. There are warning signs at each stop. And everywhere we've been people have stood out on dangerous ledges and walked outside the protective barriers. It's regretable.
On the lighter side we visited Crater Lake NP today. Its beauty and intense blue water were created ...
... his comfort zone. I think he really enjoyed his week, because as it went on he shifted from talking about how much he missed his friends to how much he was enjoying himself. That night was a blur of activity, as we did everything we could to make the most of our last night there. By the time we got back to the room and started packing up to go home the next morning, everyone was pooped out. I ...