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  • Want to nominate a cave for federal protection?
    Want to nominate a cave for federal protection?
    Any spelunkers around? Want to name a cave for special federal status? The federal government even has a special program and law to protect caves on federal property and is seeking public comment on the paperwork involved in cave exploration. The...
  • Cave demons
    Paranormal creatures: Cave demons
    Cave demons, also known as bat people, Guiafairs, Sasabonsam, Fangalabolo, Bar Juchne, and many other names, have been spotted throughout the world. Going as far back as Mayan civilization, who worshiped these creatures, reports have been made and...
  • Doolin overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and the Aran Islands
    Monstrously large stalactite in Doolin Cave
    Doolin is what you get when a seaside village meets a barren limestone landscape. Rugged beauty – yes. Crazy caves – check. Quaint little cottages – yep.Following the signs for the Wild Atlantic Way, as you crest the hill coming...
  • Albuquerque
    REVIEW: Oscar-nominee about a ‘CaveDigger’ in New Mexico screens at the Guild
    Beneath the ground in a region of New Mexico north of Santa Fe works a cave digger. A cave digger? Yes, Ra Paulette, cave digger since 1986, is an artist who sculpts into the ground, opening up cave spaces as artistic creations. In this...
  • Inside Son Doong cave, the world's largest cave
    World’s largest cave containing a jungle and river will soon be offering tours
    If you want to get sucked into what appears to be another dimension, then this place may just be your cup of tea. According to The Huffington Post on Sept 9, the world’s largest cave called Son Doong in Vietnam is expected to be giving...
  • Cave of the Mounds, Blue Mounds, Wisconsin
    Nature’s wonders abound at Cave of the Mounds in Blue Mounds, Wisconsin
    Nature’s wonders abound at Cave of the Mounds in Blue Mounds, Wis. Kids are welcome to sift through bags of sand to find fossils and semi-precious gems, and the good news for their more cynical parents is, they’ll find plenty while...
  • Rudolph Grotto, Gardens and Wonder Cave
    Rudolph, WI features gardens, religious grotto and cheese, of course
    “Jesus-y” is how my 10-year-old described the Rudolph Grotto Gardens and Wonder Cave. Unbeknownst to my son, Wisconsin has almost a dozen grottos with religious themes, but this was his first visit to a cave of any kind.Rudolph,...
  • Spider version of bigfoot emerges from caves in the Pacific Northwest
    Spider kind of Bigfoot appears from caves in the Pacific Northwest
    MoveoverBigfoot, new spider discoveredNorthwest US gardening people beware. Whereas Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is likely speculation, a gigantic, newly found spider is definitely very real. No, Bigfoot has nothing on this fella. Cave Robber...
  • Batman
    Top reasons why Batman should leave Gotham for the San Antonio-Austin area
    San Antonio is well prepared for the record breaking opening of the new Batman movie this weekend. Already many scheduled shows are sold out and hawkers are selling their tickets for extreme prices (reportedly as much as $80).The Alamo City would...
  • Riding the train
    Riding the Verde Canyon Railroad
    Riding the Verde Canyon Railroad allows you to revel in Mother Nature’s majesty any time of year. The train departs from Clarkdale and turns around in Perkinsville, a 40-mile round trip. Seats are available in the traditional seating of the...
  • The first cave
    Antiques and Crafts of Winona
    The Sugar Loaf Antiques and Crafts sits just below the summit of Sugar Loaf bluff, looking across the top of Winona, Minnesota. This store houses wares from nearly one hundred vendors which covers a wide variety of item topics. Collectibles such...
  • Playground
    Park Day: Check out Brick City Adventure Park in Ocala for a fun adventure
    Playing in the backyard or running around the neighborhood is a common, everyday event for most kids. But sometimes they cry boredom or you just want to get out of the house for a while. When this happens, heading to a park is usually the obvious...
  • Travel 101: What are the baths of Virgin Gorda?
    Travel 101: What are the baths of Virgin Gorda?
    Virgin Gorda is the third largest island of the British Virgin Islands located in the Caribbean; Tortola and Anegada represent the two largest. This 8 square mile island got it's nickname "The Fat Virgin" due to it's visual...
  • Chauvet Cave Paintings
    The paintings of “Cave of Forgotten Dreams”
    It would be hard to imagine a viewer leaving the theater after Werner Herzong’s new 3-D documentary “Cave of Forgotten Dreams,” with more answers than questions. In the film Herzong is granted exclusive permission to film one of...
  • Natural Bridge Caverns
    A Bridge to Another World
    If you have seen the billboards for Natural Bridge Caverns while driving around San Antonio and wondered whether you should go and visit the popular local attraction, the answer is definitely “Yes!” And, if you are wondering when you...
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