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Old 07-19-2011, 10:08 AM   #1
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Old 07-19-2011, 10:09 AM   #2
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Those look awesome! very nice pics I love caves.

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It is out the Chicken corners trail opposite side of the river from Poison Spider. The caves are very much bigger than the pic's, that is about a quarter of the size of the whole system, you can climb all through them & even up on top. It must have been about 100 deg' when we were there but a lot cooler inside the caves
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I love the feeling of going inside a cave on a hot day!

So you have full access to explore them and stuff?

We have a few good cave systems here in central PA, but completely different animal than those.

I have been inside the caves in Kentucky at the National Bridge national park, but they are closed now because the bats were getting sick from people. ;(
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It is out the Chicken corners trail opposite side of the river from Poison Spider. The caves are very much bigger than the pic's, that is about a quarter of the size of the whole system, you can climb all through them & even up on top. It must have been about 100 deg' when we were there but a lot cooler inside the caves
I think that will have to be one trail I take the kids on next year. What trails have the dino bones and the abandoned mines?
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I love the feeling of going inside a cave on a hot day!

So you have full access to explore them and stuff?

We have a few good cave systems here in central PA, but completely different animal than those.

I have been inside the caves in Kentucky at the National Bridge national park, but they are closed now because the bats were getting sick from people. ;(
Oh yeah' they are just sitting out in the desert, we go there at least once every 6 months

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I think that will have to be one trail I take the kids on next year. What trails have the dino bones and the abandoned mines?
Oh there are the dino bones & old mines up on "yellow cat" & foot prints on "Willow Springs" & " Clondike Bluffs" there are small bone shards like I showed you at "Copper Cliffs" There are larger bones in the rocks over near "Tusher Tunnel" trail, it's warm out there in summer so spring /fall is a good time to look at those
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Oh there are the dino bones & old mines up on "yellow cat" & foot prints on "Willow Springs" & " Clondike Bluffs" there are small bone shards like I showed you at "Copper Cliffs" There are larger bones in the rocks over near "Tusher Tunnel" trail, it's warm out there in summer so spring /fall is a good time to look at those
That's what the girls and I will be doing next year.
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A new destiantion for my next trip to Moab. I really enjoy finding and exploring caves. Thanks for sharing.
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Thanks for the post as I am coming down and will be doing that trail this weekend.
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Man that scenery is awesome - there is nothing like that around here.
We're doing a jeep road trip to Uluru later in the year. Hoping to get some good desert jeep pics up there.
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Man that scenery is awesome - there is nothing like that around here.
We're doing a jeep road trip to Uluru later in the year. Hoping to get some good desert jeep pics up there.
Yes but you can do Fraser (I have done it before) & places like that ,we aren't near beach so yeah'.
Ularu will be fun & there are some nice desert places up there so have fun
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Nice pics Julie!! (As usual) Ever thought of starting your own tour guide company?? I think you would be great at it & provide folks with super adventures. With your knowledge of the area, coupled with your Jeep experience, it would be a fun, safe way for folks to see the beautiful back country. Heck, you could even take couples who are jeepless in your own Unlimited.

Anyhow, thanks for sharing the great pics!!
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I can't do that Bruce! I am retired
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I can't do that Bruce! I am retired
Lucky You!!
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Umm...don't have a work visa? easyer to retire
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That is one beutiful place to wheel. I wish we had stuff like that around here.
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sweet pics. i cant wait till i get to go. im thinking next fall

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