U.S. Travelers Inn & Suites
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... Carlsbad, these are widely regarded as some of the most magnificent. Over millions of years, the limestone bedrock has been eroded and shaped by sulfuric acid originating from petroleum deposits buried deep within. This process of speleogenesis (we learned some new words; bear with our giddiness) has produced the indescribable beauty of the caverns, specifically: stalactites (stalaCtites hang from the ceiling), stalagmites ...
... City. Not the most hip and happening place, we are informed that the restaurant closes at 7pm, but we chose it for its proximity to the caverns. It's located at the start of the 7 mile road into the park, the only other accommodation would have been in Carlsbad itself which is some 20 miles away.
We look at the options for a guided cave tour tomorrow and decide to try and get on the 8:30am Lower Caves tour which is a bit ...
... 16 year old James White – who found Carlsbad one afternoon as he was helping tend cattle. In the distance he saw what he thought was smoke rising from the distance, he went to check it out and instead of smoke he found hundreds of thousands of bats leaving a natural entrance to the cave. He did what any 16 year old cowboy would do – he made a ladder out of sticks and rope and went in. The year was about 1890. After that the caves were explored by ...
... 8 on **** again. Weight ever gaining. We arrive at Carlsbad caverns around 1pm, after time change (hour back). The cave is 3 mile long and 800 ft deep. We all set off as group but soon tail off on our own pace. Capturing photos was difficult task due to the low light conditions, but fiddling around with manual setting some photos came out. Stalactites, stalagmites and ...
... up to the Carlsbad KOA, unloaded the van, shotguned beds and hung the tents up to dry. Tea was provided by Claire, Luke and Danielle a delicious chicken pasta dish and bruschetta, think were the poshest well fed campers in history. After tea I was shattered, think the weather and the long drives have drained me. After a nice hot shower and hot chocolate I was out like a light ready for some alien hunting in the morning :) Hasta ...