Winter is the perfect time to explore the natural stone shelters where native Arkansans once lived
Sherwood said they were looking for a specific room.
He said they thought they found it but when they realized they had not, they turned around.
This is when Sherwood said they got lost.
He said he used his knowledge as a Cub Scout master to keep them calm and in one spot.
Sherwood explained what they did to keep warm in the 58-degree cave.
"Got ourselves back to back to maintain body heat," Sherwood said. "Huddled up and just kept breathing warm air into our clothes and just sat it out conserving our energy for whenever hopefully the time the rescuers would find us."
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