I have never been into any caverns or caves, I have always wanted to though and got my chance.
The caverns started in the unavoidable gift shops complete with Ice cream shop (nice touch in the summer, I would think)
I walked into this building that faced a shear cliff, The granite imposing and towering over me. With a sense of anticipation I waited in the room in which I was placed (not really but it makes the story fun, they actually tell you to look around and see the history of the place) Time ticks on and my sense of anticipation climbs with each moment.
Finally they call for me, there are others also, embarking on this adventure.
we enter the caverns from the main floor and the rock surrounds us as we await our guild. The light show us a Large room, the rock is on all sides, pitted and hard as the bones of the earth, There is an odd sparkling up in the roof (not spoiling the surprise but it is kinda silly, I liked it!) and a passage on the other side of the chamber in which we are in. We approach the passage and hear words of history ( a few, didn't do a lot of talking) and enter into another world.
onward we walk downward we go, I hear water! a falls it sounds like!, it turns out to be a shallow river that runs through the caverns. after awhile we begin to feel something dropping on our heads, water from the ceiling. The roof of the passage starts to sprout.
Well running out of time so
The cavernous walk was not to strenuous and the guild was willing to wait for those that needed it, the ending was awesome, saw many stalagmite and stalactites was a good tour with a few surprises.
I would recommend it even if you have been to bigger or better caverns just to see the way it is set out.
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