The lava probably drains leaving a natural tunnel
Before taking up his studies at ETSU at the end of August, Cameron is attending a band camp at Duffield, Virginia which is part of the Natural Tunnel
Bardunias & Su (2005) suggested that because natural termite tunnel networks are excavated within a limited soil horizon, a planar arena might allow for a more natural tunnel
expansion than a volume of soil that is deeper but with limited lateral distance.
A long flight of steps leads to a level stretch and, after a natural tunnel
formed by trees, we walk between fences.
The organizing committee chose Natural Tunnel
State Park, located in SCTC's service area.
Jones says that in fact, the Ark was brought through a secret passage beneath the mount - and that same natural tunnel
in fact continues 18 miles into the Judean Desert.
One says they travel to and from Morocco via a natural tunnel
running through The Rock and under the Straits of Gibraltar, and another that if they ever leave the colony, Gibraltar will no longer be British.
Paddling along in my inflatable sea canoe, it felt as if I were in a natural tunnel
of love, stalactites hanging just an inch above my head.
The natural tunnel
is the next stage in the school's master-plan to transform its grounds into a wildlife haven.
Much more than simply a roof for shelter, this box contains natural tunnels
made of bamboo burrowing and laying larvae.
In addition to the minor engineering works, 4 natural tunnels
(ranging in length from 280 m to 1,775 m), 1 artificial tunnel, 17 viaducts, 8 bridges and 4 junctions (Scilla, S.
An unprepared Los Angeles is facing its worst nightmare as an endless stream of fiery, deadly lava insidiously creeps across traffic-choked streets while wreaking havoc below ground in the labyrinth of man-made natural tunnels