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Not too far from the end of the cave was an area with a few benches and a mock casket and this tombstone for Squire Boone, Daniel Boone's younger brother who discovered this cave in 1790, although I'm sure the native Americans knew of this cave long before Squire came along...

And this concludes our tour.


Guest - Jun 01, 2007 06:06 PM EDT
Thanks Alan & Shutterbug. These cave pics were taken at 400 or 800 ISO. I'll admit, I'm glad I have Neat Image which made them look even better.
Guest - Jun 01, 2007 01:18 PM EDT
Thanks for the tour Jay.. I have been in a few caves and it is amazing looking at the formations that take I think thousands of years to form. You did a great job photographing in the low light.
Guest - Jun 01, 2007 09:17 AM EDT
Great photos a wonderful tour I enjoyed it. Carol

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