We love finding new things in the wilds of Alaska. There are two special things Isaac and his dad are always looking for while flying around, caves and hot springs. This fall we found a cave better than any other we have found previously in Alaska. It appeared to be a big arch from the air. Isaac and Curt quickly found a spot to land nearby and hiked down to the Arch. They climbed down about 30 feet and explored what they thought was the bottom. Just before leaving they found a small dark hole barley big enough to shimmy though on their bellies. Of course they had to crawl down the hole and see where it went. They found the hole opened up after about 15 feet into a room the size of a small bedroom. The ceiling was full of crystals. There was one other room and three shafts branching off from the first room. So exciting!
In His hand are the depths of the earth, and the mountain peaks belong to Him. The sea is His, for He made it, and His hands formed the dry land. Psalm 95:4,5