Monday, November 21, 2016

Lewis and Clark Caverns

Yesterday, Curtis and I joined a few camera club members for a trek to Lewis and Clark caverns.  I have been a lot of places in Montana, but this is one place I had never been.  It is about a 3 hour drive south of us.  There was a about a half mile jaunt to reach the opening of the caves and one of the park rangers joined us on the adventure.   It was pretty wet in the limestone caverns, which were first discovered back in 1805. 
I will put up half the photos I want today and half next time, because there are 18 I want to show you. 
 Down the path, walking to the cave opening.
 I just liked the look of these pine cones
 We made it!!  There were 8 of us taking photos in a pretty tight quarters. And we were the only ones there. 

 Hey it's me!!!
 Today, I caught up and laundry and finished wrapping up presents for the grandkids advent calendar.  I do this every year and they love it.  Paper lunch sacs and treat bags work really well for this. 


Lisa said...

Oh wow, the cave looks amazing!! Your pictures are beautiful!! I love the pine cone, too!! The advent calendar was one of my favorite things growing up!! Have a great day my friend!! Big hugs :)

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Tracey said...

The pine cone is such a pretty photo! Great idea using brown paper bags for the treats, I'm sure they love it!