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La cueva vietnamita más grande del mundo se mantuvo oculta en la profundidad de los bosques del Parque Nacional Phong Nha Ke Bang hasta 1991 y tiene su propio río, selva y clima.

Los exploradores Howard y Deb Limbert tardaron un año en alcanzar el fin del túnel de la cueva.

En 2013, el primer grupo de turistas aventureros que exploró la cueva, lo hizo a través de un tour guiado que costó 3000$ por persona.

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JUST IN AT NOBLESTOWN RD: ANTIQUE KID’S LIMBERT ROCKING CHAIR!

Coming in on a Monday morning and finding gorgeous antique furniture waiting for you is honestly one of the great perks of the job around here, and this Monday was EXCELLENT. CHECK IT OUT. This beautiful antique hardwood children’s rocker from Limbert (1894-1944), was part of their revival lines and most likely dates from around 1917-18. This example has a particularly nice patina and is in all around great condition. Most of the time these really desirable hardwood pieces, big or small, have tons of wear and tear and have often spent some time outside or in the 412, usually a damp basement. BUT, someone or a whole family of someones was kind and wise enough to take special care of this piece and it has survived remarkably well. It’s available for just $199.99 starting today and will not require a pickup truck to haul home. Wether you are looking making an investment or just in need of a kid’s chair that’s both sturdy and practical, you should definitely stop by and take a look. See you soon thrifters! 

Photography by Carsten Peter

“It sounded like a roaring train,” said “Sweeny” Sewell, describing the noise a second before a waterfall exploded into Hang Son Doong through the Watch Out for Dinosaurs doline, or sinkhole opening. A rare dry-season downpour produced the thundering runoff. Were the cavers scared of drowning? “Maybe if it were a smaller cave,” said expedition leader Howard Limbert, “but not here.”

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“Silent,” our animated short film with Dolby Laboratories and Creative Artists Agency (CAA) today received five Daytime Emmy nominations, including:

Outstanding Special Class Animated Program
Outstanding Directing in an Animated Program (Directors, Brandon Oldenburg, Limbert Fabian)
Outstanding Sound Mixing – Animation (Re-Recording Mixer, Jurgen Scharpf)
Outstanding Sound Editing – Animation (Sound Editor, Steve Boeddeker)
Outstanding Music Direction and Composition (Composer, John Hunter)

“Silent” is a 3-minute animated short film featuring Mr. Morris Lessmore from Moonbot Studios’s Academy Award®-winning short film “The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore.” Lessmore and his fellow street performer dream of bringing their “Picture and Sound Show” to life. When they discover a magical contraption inside an old theatre, they embark on a cinematic adventure of sight and sound, traveling through movie history to find the audience they always wanted. The collaboration celebrates how storytellers, inventors, and technology work together to create cinema magic.

“It’s an honor for our work to receive recognition from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. It’s lead into one amazing crescendo of celebration here at Moonbot,” said Limbert Fabian, who co-directed the animated short film with Moonbot partner Brandon Oldenburg. The pair previously received honors at the Emmys for the work on a collaboration with Chipotle Mexican Grill, “The Scarecrow.”