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Showing posts from March, 2014

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, it's a big document but the map is on page 66, page 77.
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?

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

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.