You find yourself in a large cavity of the cave system you fell down earlier, surrounded by many rare Bluetrees ("The Trees That Have Blue"). in the distance you can faintly see what appears to be three faces of a cube indented into the wall. The edges appearing too sharp to be natural. After wandering around for a few moments, taking in the atmosphere, you come across a sign-post standing aside a brick pathway.
"WELCOME... TO SQUMMES CORNER: NATURE RESERVE AND CULTURAL ARCHIVE. years ago, archaeologists discovered this mysterious cavern. the further we delved, the more odd phenomena we discovered. including the large 'corner' that half of the name comes from. which you can find by looking straight ahead. mainly, howerver. it appears that many years ago, an unknown individual or a collective of people (going by the name SQUMME, we presume. based on some wall writings.) laced the entire area with mini-projectors, displaying what appear to be somewhat primitive works of art. along with assorted photographs of traffic cones. we do not know why they did this. and we speculate that there may be thousands of these. just in this very cavern! we have been working on uncovering these works since the month of february. our specialized team of eyeball-havers are finding them on a pace of approximatelty 2-3 a week. this trail leads to the two "hotspots" where they tended to place the projectors. to the left, are the artworks, or "FUNPIX", as they seem to be refered to. and to the right you can observe the traffic cone area. we hope you enjoy your time at sqummes corner."
WARNING: DO NOT STEP WITHIN 5 FEET OF THE PROJECTORS. DO NOT STEP WITHIN 2000 FEET OF THE CORNER. DO NOT RESEARCH CORNER.
VISITORS ARE WELCOME TO TAKE A FREE STICKER FROM THE BACK OF THIS SIGN.
Well that seems lovely! Might be a nice idea to stay here for a bit. Or a while. Seeing that there is no apparent path back up from here...