SSA took a trip to Laurel Caverns on 5th September 1999. Laurel Caverns is Pennsylvania's longest cave system, rivalling America’s largest known cavern, Mammoth Cave in Kentucky. This is our first activity of the semester with our greatly expanded membership (thanks in no small measure to our freshmen). Our photos prove that getting there (and back) is more than half the fun!


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  "Didn't I tell you how I feel about chocolate milk?"


  "Look at me!"   "Change your card, change your card!" Sleeping soundly on the bus
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Mr Cool in sunglasses


Tree traversal Overlooking Pittsburgh Poster girls
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The famous couple


Well prepared for the trip In the Hall of The Mountain King Going down...
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and down... ...and down!!


The final few steps Jeans rule!!
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  Parting shot   Standard EDB equipment


  "Where's Jason? I wanna be with Jason!"   Well-endowed SSA members
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"Something on my chin?"


"Under where?!?" The bus ride home It pays to look behind you.

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Last modified on 9th Nov 1999.

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