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Dames Caves and more caves

Here are some links about the caves of Citrus County. The first one has a map showing all the dry caves knows to caves.org, it's a big document but the map is on page 66, page 77.
http://www.caves.org/pub/journal/PDF/V68/v68n2-Florea.pdf

http://digitalcommons.wku.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1033&context=geog_fac_pub
This one is interesting. Newly discovered bad ass caves, nearby!

I just think it would be neat to find some of these caves. The cave Tim and I visited is actually called Vandal Cave. There are many. I've been in all the Dames caves entrences. Or have I? They are still discovering caves in Citrus.
I am just facinated by this. Any thoughts anyone?
George

Spelunking at Dames Caves

George and I found our way to Dames Caves. These are limestone caves formed by water over thousands of years. This photo is me coming out of the cave. I explained to George the conditions inside were too wet and I wanted to return when dry to get way back in the cathedral areas which requires crawling on your stomach thru passage ways. You will get hundreds if feet deep....then...cave-in....cool.

Aztec Snake Bigfoot expedition

I entered the widerness area, and set up camp. I gathered firewood by dragging it to the fire ring. George will be here soon with a "secret weapon" in the search for Bigfoot. The Falcon Project will spend a fortune. We are going to go skyward for a lot less.