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Something from my ISP caught my eye about California caves, then I found this :

Links back to the ice age, with a short nosed roaming Ozarks bear ?

Riverbluff Cave - New Missouri Cave Found

just fyi - Brian

Just once I wish a trout would wink at me!

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I'm the guy wearing the same Simms longbilled hat for 10 years now.

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Tried checking out that link Brian, but said I had to connect to the service. Anyway of posting it again and seeing if that works? Where from springfield was the new cave located?

"He told us about Christ's disciples being fisherman, and we were left to assume...that all great fishermen on the Sea of Galilee were fly fisherman and that John, the favorite, was a dry-fly fisherman." - Norman Maclean-A River Runs Through It

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Tried checking out that link Brian, but said I had to connect to the service. Anyway of posting it again and seeing if that works? Where from springfield was the new cave located?

Cave was found in 2001, all the info here:

http://www.riverbluffcave.com/

SKMO

"A True Fisherman with a Rod in His hand, and a Tug on the Line, would not Trade His Position for the Throne of Any King"

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Thanks for the link SKMO. I had lived in Springfield at that time, but never remembered ever hearing anything about it. Sounds pretty neat!

"He told us about Christ's disciples being fisherman, and we were left to assume...that all great fishermen on the Sea of Galilee were fly fisherman and that John, the favorite, was a dry-fly fisherman." - Norman Maclean-A River Runs Through It

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Interestly, Jim Turner and I talked to a lady in Branson West - her husband and her bought some land near Reed's Spring. They knew about one large bell cave on the property but found the opening to a cave they have not yet explored. The opening is just a hole in the ground less than 24 inches wide- not enough for anyone it get into- but when he dropped a stone in the hole it took over 4 seconds to hit the bottom and it was water. It could be another marvel cave.

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My bad on the date guys.. I had no idea it was from 2001 - whoops!

Lilley - that's too cool!

Fox - how does calculate the accelerated drop of any said "rock" ? I know it picks up speed with each second.. I think I read that once. But what is the formula used to calculate ?

neat stuff - Brian

Just once I wish a trout would wink at me!

ozarkflyfisher@gmail.com

I'm the guy wearing the same Simms longbilled hat for 10 years now.

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well figuring that gravity pulls objects to the center of the earth at a rate of 9.8m/sec/sec....i didnt do too hot in physics 1 cause thats the only thing i remember...haha if someone else wants to help out please do so.....

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