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Found it fogg found Iron Horse Speleothems

Friday, July 12, 2013Washington

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Riding thru the tunnel twice we found some large stalactites near a yellow sign. It was fun to look for these speleothems! Thank you for the thorough explanation.


Fogg & Consortin


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