Old Man’s Cave

What do you imagine when you hear the word “cave” ?  To me, it’s an area that’s in the earth that you enter via a hole in the ground or a “door” and typically it’s a dark and scary place.  With bats.  Well, I guess my definition is too narrow because Old Man’s Cave in Hocking Hills State Park is a “cave,” but it’s really just an wide shelter that’s been wedged into the mountain.  It’s huge and quite spectacular, not scary at all, and while there may be bats- I didn’t see any!  So continuing with our trek, here’s some of the sun rays, dried up waterfalls, crazy looking tree roots, and reflections I saw on the way to the cave.  Oh, and yes… some shots of the cave as well.





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