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Doocot cave
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Doocot cave

Cromarty pupils taken by David Webster
Picture added on 04 April 2011 at 20:10
Comments:
It's the dropping or drooping cave - the doo-cot cave is further round the hill.
Added by Sue Florence on 07 April 2011
Sue, is the drooping cave the one with the stalagtites and stalagmites? Been there but not to the doo-cot. Can`t believe I went in there!
Added by Dorothy Ewen (Robertson) on 08 April 2011
Hi dorothy- aye that's the one-I can' t remember which teacher who taught us geography and about the formation of caves- that stalagtites came down and stalagmites went up. Lots of laughter in class after that nugget of info.
Anonymous comment added on 10 April 2011
Ha ha, anon. I must have been far too innocent cos I found my own way to remember!
Added by Dorothy Ewen (Robertson) on 11 April 2011
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