Inside the front cover of the Harrison's Cave Mini-Album. This worked out so well. I still can't believe something as simple as Velcro would be the answer to the mystery of how this mini-album can detach and then re-attach itself from/to the main LO. It was easy! Journal on Inside Cover: Once inside the Tourist Center, we creceived our gear - a paper towel & a hard hat - then we boarded the tour tram. Harrison's Cave is a spectacular series of limestone caverns, with WATER flowing through it in places. We were intrigued by the "Church Theme" for the names of many points of interest in the cave! The Ceiling of the largest 'room' was about 100 feet high! Enjoy the tour! :) Journal beside the first picture: This was part of the underground river that flowed thru Harrison's Cave. Oddy enough, it is fresh water! Not Sea Water! The cave [& most of the island] is composed of limestone - which filters out the salt & makes teh sea water fresh! I love the ripples!! Just like the river of life - one life affects so many others.