Old Man’s Cave P.1

Yesterday (Monday) we finally made our annual trek to Hocking Hills State Park and Old Man’s Cave.  It’s an all day arduous adventure through towering ancient rock formations a hundred feet high, caves, tunnels through rock, suspended bridges, waterfalls, natural pools carved out of rock, a vast hemlock forest, a fish-filled dammed reservoir, and more.  The immense formations make people look microscopic.  It’s the hike that makes our routine repertoire look like a walk in the park!  It’s exhausting but spellbinding.

Last time, I was so challenged by the rock-climbing part, it was all I could do to hang on for dear life, never mind take photos! So this time we did that leg of the journey first, and I ended up with almost 200 photos!  Needless to say, I’m still processing through them, so I’ll just start posting them a section at a time.  Here is Part 1.  Stay tuned for more.

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