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In this video we’ll show you how to easily install aspectLED RGB low voltage LED in-ground/well light fixtures. These lights are waterproof and designed for outdoor use with a modern stainless steel finish and run on a 12VDC or 24VDC power supply. All of these products can be purchased at www.aspectled.com.
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In-Ground 9W LED Fixture – 24VDC/RGB
60 Watt LED Power Supply – 24VDC
Touch! Wireless RGB LED Controller
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Well, not a mile deep obviously.. but Jules Verne eat your heart out!
This is a *MUST* see if you come through central Oregon, it’s the Lava River Cave, just South of Bend. Its about a mile long lava tube, related to the Lava Lands (just over the road) and its FANTASTIC!
Up about 6ish, and roused myself to action by 7ish. Rolled up to lava lands (opened at 9) and started charging plane batteries. Eventually got tired of waiting and just went in on foot. Wandered around till about 8.30. Little different in composition to Craters of the moon, or sunset crater. Decided to take a look at lava river cave and what a stroke of luck that was. This too opened at 9 oclock (so I only had a modest wait). With hindsight I should have been the first in but I waited half an hour to finish charging the batteries. The lava tube entrance was very rocky with many areas where if you kept track of your feet you would knock your head on something, whereas if you kept you eyes out for low rocks you would trip. But after a few hundred yards it became quite smooth floored. I had three light sources, a head lamp, a wind up torch, and a penlight. They provided surprisingly little penetration to the consuming dark of the deep cave. It varied between periods of isolation when you could hear almost nothing but the occasional drip of water. You could always hear people long before you could see them. You would typically first notice the gaping black yielding to a light grey, upon which slowly would appear the animated silhouettes of approaching people. Almost everyone had little kids with them. There was only one tube, so there was no prospect of getting lost. The cave was cold (8 C, 40 F ish). I was glad for the long pants and coat! The cave varied hugely from cavernous where it was scarcely possible to see the roof, to cosy tube, to the point where crouching was a necessity. It varied as you went along the tube, but near the end the floor became more sandy. At the end of the tunnel it is completely full of sand (partically cemented together). Some enthusiasts have tunneled about 300ft into this. In the beginning you merely have to crouch, then get down on all fours. At this point I saw the approach of a party coming out who informed me it just got smaller and smaller (commando crawl small). The kids had apparently been into a really small bit at the end. For my part I felt uncomfortable crawling into such a small place of my own free will. Especially something that essentially just carved out of sandstone and decided to turn back at the point when I merely on all fours. There were lots of people with gas lanterns (rented from the rangers station for 4 bux) and they provided a lot of light. 10s of times as much light as my little LED torches. I also found some rather interesting copper based crystals on the way out (while inspecting the various living growths in the cave). On the way out there were conspicuously more people and when I got out of the cave at about 11.30 and the car park was essentially full. Clearly getting here when it opens is a big plus if you want to appreciate some of the quiet of the cave. Either that or just sneak in at night. After all the temperature is exactly the same, and further there is just as much light. Finding somewhere out of sight to park outside the locked gates might be a little more tricky though!
Rolled into Bend and found the Sears for an oil change and checkup. After about half an hour I rolled over to the same starbux where I firstly slept in the car for about half an hour before rending the lava tube movie. I find it curiously captivating even though there is almost nothing on the movie its mostly just black, but the descriptions give the black a lot of atmosphere.
Some dilemma about what to do.. the further north I go, the shorter the nights will get. However the clear sky forecast was for moderate to poor for seeing (which I would have needed for Jupiter (only really option with a near full moon). Hmmm, eventually decided to head for the coast. Found a v. quiet snow plow turnout in the forest and kipped down for the night.
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