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    Default alternate def. of Grotto

    New to the postings here. First let me say that there's a lot of brilliant people here who have pointed out many things I hadn't seen before. So - thanks - (although my eyes are bleary and it's now 1 AM) !
    Just thought I'd add the alternate definition from Webster's Unabridged version for the word Grotto:
    "An artificial cavernlike recess or structure."
    (I added the italics for emphasis)
    Just some food for thought.
    Kathy

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    Default Underground Palace in NM

    Thought this sight was interesting. It's an underground palace that sounds much like the one described in Chapter 11. It even talks about all the limestone.

    http://www.nps.gov/cave/nat-res.htm

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    I think the story sounds more like Mammoth Cave.
    http://www.nps.gov/maca/

    Rachel

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    Default Mammoth Cave

    Interesting site. Ladybug token has been found in Pikeville, Ky,
    so unless MS wants to through us off, Ky has been used.

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