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It’s a typical weekend in the upscale neighborhood of Oak Park, three miles from the San Antonio airport, and the shopping center off busy Nacogdoches Road is filled with customers milling about. They leave the dry cleaners, finagling with the blowing sheets of plastic around skirts and suits, and load cars with groceries from H-E-B. Outside Starbucks, a group of women laugh on the sunny patio. Just a few blocks away, a wrought-iron fence surrounds a small plot of land between Camellia Lane and Hillview Drive. Oak leaves blow around signs identifying prickly pears, Alamo vines, and mountain laurels. You’d never know it, but beneath this spot lie more than five thousand feet of subterranean mazes. One of Texas’s first show caves, the place once hosted…
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