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Historic Records of Natural Stone Bridge and Caves

6/21/2010

A writeup in 1824 – A Gazetteer of the state of New York by Horatio Gates Spafford (similar to the 1813 edition).  Follow link to see full description.
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Preliminary Survey Map of Natural Stone Bridge and Caves

Preliminary Survey Map of Natural Stone Bridge and Caves

6/8/2010

Thom Engel has prepared a preliminary survey map of the caves.  Look for more photos and info soon....

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5 Min "Super" Flood today, Jan 26, 2010 at the caves

1/26/2010

At 7:45am we had just said goodby to our son (off to school) when we heard this low rumbling noise that got louder and louder.  It sounded like 20 plow trucks coming right into our house.  Realizing it was the frozen over Trout Brook releasing in a large flood after the 1 1/2 days of rain, we raced out of the house and onto our tour to ca...

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CAVE BEAVER!!!

CAVE BEAVER!!!

8/1/2009

The high water last night displaced our resident CAVE BEAVER. That's right, we have beavers that live in a side tunnel inside Garnet Cave. We have seen them there in the past. Today this beaver put on quite a show for our guests.

Interesting behavior: The beaver immersed itself in a large pile of foam (also called "Indian Soap" - which is ...

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Cave Developer Lydia Neubuck Harper passed away on March 24, 2009

Cave Developer Lydia Neubuck Harper passed away on March 24, 2009

4/3/2009

CLAREMONT, Calif. - Lydia Neubuck Harper, 85, passed away on Tuesday, March 24, 2009, at the Care Center of Claremont Manor in Claremont, Calif., following a long battle with LAM, a lung disease affecting only women.

Lydia had been the oldest known survivor of LAM, and had participated in a study at the National Institute of Health. She di...

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