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Langdon's Cave
by Stormy on July 22, 2007

Visiting a big, dry, easy Indiana Cave was on the agenda for the day. We did not waste much time heading for the fun stuff.

Having checked in, we were ready to get to work. We tagged along for a trip to Langdon's Cave. It's not a terribly long cave, but it features huge walking passage that's 50 feet high. We found a couple of interesting squeezes with very pretty stuff in them. The cave does show significant signs of flooding in inclement weather, but today the weather outside was sunny, humid and very hot and the cool cave was a tremendous pleasure to be in. We spent a couple hours looking around, before heading back for dinner.

The decorated ceiling of a crawl.
(taken by Jennifer on July 22, 2007)
Looking up at cascading draperies.
(taken by Max on July 22, 2007)
Stalactites and soda straws over flowstone.
(taken by Jennifer on July 22, 2007)
A pool of water in flowstone.
(taken by Jennifer on July 22, 2007)
It's wet, but very pretty.
(taken by Jennifer on July 22, 2007)
A tight muddy crawl that's very pretty.
(taken by Jennifer on July 22, 2007)
It's not a rimstone dam, but it's a dam of some sort.
(taken by Jennifer on July 22, 2007)
The passage is pretty and it goes, but it's just too small to get through.
(taken by Jennifer on July 22, 2007)
Another muddy, well decorated crawl.
(taken by Jennifer on July 22, 2007)
Looking up the pit entrance to Langdon's Cave.
(taken by Max on July 22, 2007)


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