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Mines of Mexico#11 Some awesome caves!



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I had fun with John, last week I went up to his ranch for 10 days and made a short film called Dude where is my ranch? You might enjoy it https://youtu.be/015SR0Lr5gY
Love the whip scorpions (amblypygi) not a real scorpion. Completely harmless to humans and very cool. I was waiting all the way through the series to see some cool cave dwelling insects and arachnids. Much nicer than rats! The bats are cool too! I wonder if they prefer natural caves to man made ones?
Spider bones , lol
What you need is a batman style, gas powered grappling hook. Then you'd get up there EZ.
I thin I saw the chupacabra in the corner
Cool Opel shop
I love the ranch video!
✅❤️👍🏼🧶 Great fun video. Nice colors. Neat mine/cave. Ya, this is really interesting. Very cool the stone guy.
LOL Frank the Mexican dude said Malachite correctly. and you said it like a pendejo! es no bueno
How often do you get out of canada?
Wow! How magnificent was that cave, such beautiful formations with all the stalagmites, stalactites and that huge flowstone, it was just amazing to see. Even though we couldn’t see the bats when you were in there we certainly saw then flying out. The scenic shots from when you headed to the concert where really lovely too. The vibe of a concert is quite infectious whether you understand the language / lyrics or not, so it’s all good. The guy who was selling the rocks had some nice specimens. The Opal shop was so unique I’ve never see a store set-up like that I thought it was cool. I hope John’s advice has given you some food for thought.
What a fantastic finale Frank, I enjoyed the whole 11 episodes – thank you for sharing the adventure.
What a cool trip you went on Frank.
Nice wrap to the series... I really enjoyed the stuff you shared with us from Mexico.
felicitaciones a usted☠☠☠
Was there a lot of bat guano? If so that would probably be why low oxygen as decomposing organic material creates Co2. Great video as usual. Cheers from Australia Frank.
Awesome end to the Mexico series. I was wondering tho you said that they found the largest ever cave in Canada what's the name and where is it?
Good stuff thanks...
That is just so cool.  Love you and your videos my friend.  Wish I could see those myself.
What a cool send off for the series, every episode right up to the last has been great! You really should do more on screen appearances, the relaxed comfortable way you carry yourself makes you a natural in front of the lens...Somebody really needs to get you a show already!
That's one of the great things about music - it has it's own built-in universal language, regardless of whether or not u understand the composer's/musicians'/audience's native tongue, u can still have a great time watching/listening/moving to it & sharing that feeling/experience w/others - it really does bring ppl together in a life-affirming way. That said, looks like u were enjoying the view as much as the tunes at that show. LoL. Beautiful women, sunset, scenery, & cave formations. Friends new & old, interesting conversation, & a souvenir tan to take home w/u! A great vacation series, Frank! Thanx for sharing it w/us.


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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.