Thursday, June 16, 2011


Tomorrow I leave for a road trip to Greensboro, NC; then on to Chapel Hill and then back home.

Between me and Greensboro is the Shenandoah Valley region of Virginia.

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Coincidentally, the Shenandoah Valley also houses all of the caves of Virginia (or pretty much all):

Since I'm a member of the National Cave Association anyway (this means: free admittance to member caves), I figured why not make it a nice leisurely drive through the caves and caverns of Virginia? The only one I've been to out of all of them is Luray, which was years ago. Unfortunately, I don't have time for all of them, so I'm just visiting the NCA member caves I haven't seen yet:

(And for good measure: Copper Fox Distillery!)

Pictures and tales from the road forthcoming!

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1 comment:

  1. Oooh, exciting. Looking forward to your photos. Need to find a cave to visit this year… Carl and I’ve done Howe Caverns, a Coal Mine in Scranton, and Bridal Cave in MO so far.