Travel Blogs from Carlsbad
... to start making up words to capture the stunning, grandioseness and beauty. And the photos don’t even come close to giving any idea of what this underground world is like. It’s so vast, we would have needed a special camera to capture it all as Ansel Adams did.
Here are a few tidbits to whet your curiosity. First, Carlsbad Caverns is located in the Guadalupe Mountains, the wettest dessert in the world, ...
... Cavern's was formed 20 M years ago when tectonic activity forced gigantic limestone reef to rise from inland sea - sulfuric acid over time ate away the rock creating caves and passageways. Next the water intruded and left mineral deposits on the walls, floors and ceilings. This resulted in the stalactites and stalagmites. in 1923 Calvin Coolidge declared the caverns a National Monument and in 1930 a National Park.
Enjoy the trip!
... veggie pasta using our propane that has not been out in quite a while.
I attempted to avoid the middle of the night bathroom run by refusing to drink any liquids after 5pm...but much to my dismay my body woke me up at 2am to make the long sub-zero walk to the restrooms. If we ever take this kind of a trip again I am investing in some sort of girl friendly portable pee holder...maybe.
... we walked which was a 250 meter drop and a 2km walk. Amazing how it went down and down and one could imagine what it would have been like for the first explorers who had no light, no hand rails and no knowledge of what awaited them. How brave some people are. The lighting was perfect. Just enough to allow you to see special features and to appreciate the size of the place. Biggest cave i have ever been into and to walk all that distance down and down made ...
... potato chips than in Woolworths. Cheeses are both different and the same. Almost all tasty cheeses are dyed yellow, and you have to search to find an un-dyed one. There is a lot of queso fresco, queso blanco, and queso manchego, but that is because we are so close to the Mexican border. The kids are enjoying Colby-Jack cheese in their quesadillas, though they and their friends loved quesadillas with vintage cheese in Rutherford. Cheddar cheese is ...
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