''If I am physically able to be, I hope to be back there next March,'' she told the El Paso Times in a telephone interview from her home in Schoharie, N.Y.
Mobley's left leg was broken March 31, when it was struck by a 90-pound boulder that dislodged when she grabbed it. She was 900 feet below the surface of Lechuguilla Cave when the accident happened. She still is using crutches.
Mobley, 40, was a member of a mapping expedition into the cave, which is in a wilderness area of Carlsbad Caverns National Park in southern New Mexico.
Source: Orlando Sentinel