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Some are the creations of celebrity chefs who grace the pages of magazines and the sets of cooking shows.
Others are local gems that serve Southwestern and Mexican dishes crafted from homegrown ingredients such as peppers, pomegranates and citrus fruits.
In 2016 we tried to dig there but it was solid rock, solid limestone, so we couldn’t get through it.”This fall they brought in industrial drills and other equipment, and on Oct. They saw there was a drop, and brought in a ladder.
12, they broke through to the larger cavern.“After a few hours of digging, it was big enough to get the upper part of our bodies through, and we could see that on the other side, it was vast. When they climbed down, they found several large cavern branches, parts of which were underwater.
But first, steps must be taken to protect it, he said.“Before the borough took control of the cavern in 1982, it was open and people would get in and sometimes do damage, like breaking off the stalactites and that sort of thing,” he said.
The borough has ordered studies to be done over the next year to ensure the cavern is properly documented, through photos, measuring and mapping.In between you’ll find flavors from faraway lands and cozy wine bars that pair fantastic food with great grape.And if you’re hankering for some meaty American fare, be sure to swagger into one of Phoenix’s famous steakhouses.They actually swam through parts of it to see how far the cavern went, and later explored it with an inflatable dinghy.To get into the biggest gallery of the newly discovered cavern Friday, visitors had to squeeze through the small passageway that Caron and Le Blanc managed to dig out that first day, and then climb down a ladder.Since 1982, about 70,000 people, mostly schoolchildren, have toured the original cave, through educational tours conducted by the Sociétê québécoise de spéléologie (SQS).