According to Royal Welsh judges, CAMDA
had since "demonstrated enormous genetic progress and continued to push back the boundaries of understanding, continually evaluating new methods of sheep management and production".
For example, an Ibaloy named Piraso, whose bones used to be interred inside a cave in Trancoville village, was buried near the house of his descendants, the Camdas family, and with it his story which few Ibaloy even know about.
Some of these properties now lie within what is now Camp John Hay, Camdas said.
Camdas lives on their ancestral land in Pinsao village, which Piraso used to own before the Americans moved to the plateau that became the summer capital.
Camdas said she heard many tales about the mysterious cave.