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... from volcanic ash (volcano eruption 35 million years ago 1000 times greater than Mt. St. Helens).
So formations many that you start to imagine what they resemble. Like a huge jackrabbit, man and women holding a child,dogs, fox, and on and on… As you tour up the rock trails you will find many ancient work areas with grinding stones, arches & bellies in the stone for sleeping and holes for cooking, which Mazy had to ...
... größten Teil der nächsten zwei Tage unteridisch . Wir brauchten alleine für den Abstieg über eine Stunde , hinunter und immer weiter hinunter, 250 Meter. In die grösste Halle würden mehrere Fussballfelder passen . Die Temperatur ist immer 13.8 ° C in der Höhle , toll für die 300 000 Fledermäuse, die dort leben. Als die Höhle(n) entdeckt wurde , sahen sie jeden Morgen die Fledermäuse die Höhle verlassen und abends wieder zurückkehren. ...
... We went from industrial sections, to agricultural sections (cotton fields, soybeans, as far as you can see) to sagebrush, to salt flats, and, of course, dusty, downtrodden, butt-ugly towns trying to eek out a living.
Our whole recent itinerary was designed to see the Carlsbad Caverns, where we're at now. CLOSED. Thanks Obama, and all you legislative idiots. So, we're going to see other interesting stuff around here, and then keep ...
... the visitor center, the water that gave the cavern the life to grow had evaporated and isn't being replinished.
The wait for the elevator back up to the visitors center was pretty long, so we decided to walk up the natural entrance. The hike up was very difficult. It is pretty much constant switchbacks up 750 feet.
We waited in the visitors center until the bat flight. There did not seem to be many bats out this night. It was a little disappointing.
... going and some features were lit up enough to appreciate their beauty, but the cave was dark enough to still feel like a big dark cave. At one point of the tour, we sat on benches in an open part of the cave while Tom told us about Jim White, the 16 year old boy who explored and discovered much of what we see today on the cave. Jim White (only 16) who was all alone, with a home made tin lantern, rope, guts and a desire to explore discovered ...
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