Here’s a fun little pre-barbershop tune; the original lyrics are a bit out of date, but I think that the revision is excellent. My mom found it for my quartet back in high school.
1. My moustache is growing, its genial warmth bestowing; its beauty charms the eye of all Broadway. Come forth like a fairy so light and so airy, and ramble o’er my upper lip so gay.
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The Bloomington Caves can be approached from Ivins or Bloomington. The Ivins path is longer (if you start from St. George proper), but the roads are a bit better.
Update: I’d follow the directions through Ivins on your first time out, but instead of backtracking to return home, try going home through Bloomington (going towards Bloomington the many little forks are much less confusing, as you can see Bloomington in the distance) to get a feel for it.
Update: Tim has kindly provided a highlighted map for the Bloomington approach.
About the Caves
The Bloomington Caves are the fifth largest caves in Utah, with a length of 1.3 miles. They are fairly well mapped. There are some parts of the caves where it is possible to be injured due to long, steep slopes, but it is easy to have fun while avoiding those places. If you feel cautious about safety, I’d choose the north entrance. However, a map is posted by the south entrance, so you may want to take a look over there just the same.
As an aside; in consideration of everyone, please carry out what you carry in.
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