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One of the other areas I find fascinating in the Creation is the

Stalagmites & Stalagtites .
In Australia we have so far like 10,000 Caves with these underworld hidden treasures.

A result of water left from the Flood.

 

One of my Favorite Caves is Jenolan Caves located 3 hrs North West of the Blue Mountains & Sydney.

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 This is the entrance to the hidden caves. In this area so far 400 caves have been found, Yet there are still more to be found.post-1015-0-28051800-1374413091_thumb.jp

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In the entrance are these flurescent lights. They have recently been changed.
the first set were installed when the first Light globe was created pretty much.

It was said they lasted 100 yrs plus.
 

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A few years ago my wife and I went to Blansko in Czech Republic especially to visit the caves.  Punkva Caves (Punkevni) were great, with a boat trip through the second half.

 

 

The Macocha Propast is the abyss "Stepmother"!  A collapsed cave.  You could stand on a small platform over the top edge and look straight down it!

It was something of an adventure for us.

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Amazing things we have beneath our ground.

 

Florida is home to some caves, as unlikely as that sounds. I have never been, but I know some brothers who have. One is said to have one of the smallest "squeezes" in the US - they referr to it as "Cashew Squeeze" do, no only to it's tightness, but the bend in it as you squeeze through.

 

One of the books I was listening to (I like to listen to audio novels) centered around Lechuilla Cave in Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico

 

Lechuguilla Cave is, as of June 2013, with 138.3 miles (222.6 km) the seventh-longest explored cave in the world[1] and the deepest in the continental United States (1,604 feet or 489 meters),[2] but it is most famous for its unusual geology, rare formations, and pristine condition.

 

 

Here are some pictures from inside:

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They are breathtaking John.

I believe you about being tight.

One time my folks went through a cave I was told it was so narrow.

I was a baby &they had to pass me through to the other observers.

Before being able to stand up.

I have been to it recent years .

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