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Cache without a Name

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Hidden : 03/04/2007
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Any easy kid friendly park and grab cache and it's not on a busy road.

For the past 4 years we have been visiting my friends cabin on the Guadalupe River just outside Boerne. On the way to their cabin we would pass a sign for "A Cave without a Name." Did you know this cave has been commercialized since 1939. It seems there is a unique story on how it got it's name. A contest was held at school to come up with a name and a student said,"The cave is too pretty to have a name", and hence the name was born. There are 126 steps/stairs that go down about 90 feet and you have to use the same stairs to get back up. The cave, with a year round temperature of 66 degrees, is full of stalactites, stalagmites and soda straws and is said to hold the best "cave bacon" in the state, one is 22 feet long. The grapes formation is the only know formation of it's kind in Texas.

On the way to my cache you will pass the entrance to the cave. Do not enter. The cache is a small container with camo tape and I have left my pathtag, logbook and pen. Thanks for visiting.

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Onfr bs Gerr. HCE

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