That link doesn't work, but this one will: http://www.cavecountryrv.com/
Hope they get the construction complete in time for the big day. FWIW the individual who requested the info hasn't been active here since 8/24/2005, but hopefully others will benefit from the reference. I might even check them out myself next time we're en route to visit the kids in KY.
Thanks, Tom. I should never type a URL vs. doing a copy/paste.
? Have also modified my post . . .
This new client is my first from Kentucky -- as opposed to the other 66 parks around the country now using my software. As I grew up in central Kentucky, am pleased to now have a park in that part of the country. My Georgetown, KY high school (about 100 years ago now?
) did a 10th grade class trip to Mammoth Cave each spring. An awesome experience for a 10th grader. Will never forget it.
After my Navy days, I did my Civil Engineering at UofK in Lexington -- and recall the Geology classes leading to that degree. Kentucky geology and all of that limestone certainly produced some interesting state topography (e.g. the rich bluegrass soil in central KY vs. the coal in the mountains of Appalachia). I thought of this when viewing the entrance to Arches National park in Moab a few years back at the forum rally. In that case, rather than a cave forming, the surface just sank a ton. The attached photo I took displays how the surface sank over 2,000 feet. Note the insert diagram in the upper right hand corner showing the shifting of the bedding planes downward. The ground level where the roadway entrance to Moab now exists far below was at one time at the same level as the display sign in the pic.