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Well, because we are retired, we took another trip and this time we went caving on a warm fall day!  James was visiting us, so we ran up to Table Rock lake for a few days.  We did some eating, some listening to great music and some relaxing.  On our way home, we made a couple of stops to enjoy the gorgeous fall weather and foliage.  We took a cave tour and had a wonderful tour guide.  I had not been in a cave for many a years and I enjoyed it, bats and all!

Here are the pictures:

 

James + Cave = Joy

James + Cave = Joy

Gorgeous

Gorgeous

More Cave

More Cave

Yep, a couple of interesting people

Yep, a couple of interesting people

James in the gulch

James in the gulch

Cave "artifacts"

Cave “artifacts”

BAT!!

BAT!!

Cave

Cave

Cathy in a cave

Cathy in a cave

James!

James!

We also went to War Eagle Mill for a visit and lunch.  I had not been there for 20-30 years!  Luckily the crowds from the annual craft fair had all gone home!

War Eagle Mill

War Eagle Mill

War Eagle Mill Is on War Eagle Creek and it is a working mill.  I must admit that our lunch there was excellent.  We took a few more pictures and then headed the car towards home.

Bridge of War Eagle Creek

Bridge of War Eagle Creek

War Eagle Creek

War Eagle Creek

That is most definitely all I have!  Hope your fall is wonderful also.

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8 Responses to Caving on a warm fall day!

  1. Emily says:

    This looks like such fun! I definitely want to go here some time.

  2. James says:

    Looks like a great trip. You should drive over near Batesville one weekend and check out Blanchard Springs caverns. They are my favorite.

  3. Charlotte says:

    I want to be retired and go on trips with you!

  4. Christine says:

    Hi Cathy! I love all these posts you do – I live vicariously now and you certainly add a lot of good stuff to my life. How else would I get to see such cool bridges with planks running both ways? And how DID you get that photo without driving off the blocked lines??? Bats are so swell, eating millions of mosquitoes. Next cave you visit I have to request that you make a lot of noise and movement and get those bats awake and outside doing their jobs. Do you know if James has read the new Robert E. Lee book already? Will he be in KC for Thanksgiving? ‘Cause if so, then I need to get that book finished so he and I can have a discourse on it…

    • catherine says:

      Glad you enjoyed! You might mean Patrick in relation to Robert E. Lee. I bet he has not read it. I hope both guys will be in KC. Emily will not be there. See you soon.

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