2.11.09 Mammoth Caves NP to Nashville
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2.11.09 Mammoth Caves and
Swoosh! Blustery winds threatened to overturn Ciao as we drove to
We ran into the Visitor’s Center and bought the next cave tour that started in ten minutes. They drove us down to the cave in a van since the high winds threatened to dislodge the hanging tree limb remains from the ice storm previous weeks. I figured an underground cave is the best location should a tornado hit. We made it into the cave in time!
Report after our tour was that it was a doozy of a storm. The rain was so thick that you couldn’t see fifteen feet in front of you. Fortunately, no tornados appeared to strike and Ciao was still standing when they shuttled us back up to the parking lot by van afterward.
The Broadway Tour was $38 for the 4 of us and included the history of the caves which are the longest in the world at over 300 miles. There are also about 5 layers, or floors, and we really enjoyed the two hour tour. We all preferred the amazing
Then we drove in the blustery 30 mph wind that remained after the storm toward family in