Randy, our tour guide, was absolutely the best we could have hoped for. Not only was he knowledgeable, but he was fun and funny. The hour-plus flew by. In addition to showing us the cave system's features, explaining how the gorgeous, growing calcium formations were created, sharing how the manmade scaffolding structures were built -- including the poured concrete, and answering our many questions, Randy shared the backstory of the cave. We'd go back to hear it again and to take the wild tour. Our hesitation to take the extended tour was not due to anything Randy said or did. My husband had knee stem-cell replacement six months ago, so we were a bit leery about putting extra stress on it. He's 70, and normally would be game for this type of adventure. If you get a chance, see this cave. It's well worth the time and money.
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