In addition to the "billboard" in the hall, we have a sizable colony of tiny bats exiting the cave at our doorway. Other bats are handing out just inside the door, as well.
The waterfall hosts cave trout and crickets, while our column stands regally just a few feet away. Soda straws and stalactites may lead the way to prehistoric paintings on the wall, along with our first president's signature.
The "original" entrance has been located again, and the original rope still hangs where I entered the cave for the first time in 1996. Some bones of animals have been discovered deep into the cavern. Finally, our healthy bat colony has fortunately not suffered from the White-Nose Syndrome that plagues other caverns in this area.