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This product was recommended by Mark Wilcox from Camping ForgeThe Hill Country of Texas has many caves. A popular place to go is Cascade Caverns, which has been hosting guided tours since the 1870s. It’s very pretty and even in the heat of Texas summer, always comfortable.
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