The 8th grade Earth Science class traveled to Crystal Cave Wisconsin to explore the wonder God created under our feet. Crystal Cave is the longest cave in Wisconsin and is known for its beautiful glittering walls and hibernating bats. Students learned how the cave was carved out by water, saw cave features like stalactites and stalagmites, and were able to experience total darkness while being 70 feet underground! Back on the surface, they panned for gems like the old miners during the gold rush. It is one thing to talk about these things in class, but experiencing them firsthand shows the amazing work of the Lord in His creative crafting of the world.