Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Rock of Ages Cave


Granddaughter Kaedyn visited Squire Boone Caverns recently with her first grade class. This is a photo of Rock of Ages Cave. Squire Boone was the brother of Daniel Boone. She was fascinated by stalagmites and stalactites. but most interested in the grist mill, and the candle and soap making.

Over Memorial Day weekend, her family moved to a town twenty miles away. I felt sad that she would not be near enough to drop in and visit me often, but I had to be happy for her when I saw how much she is enjoying her new back yard!

10 comments :

Aritha said...

Thank you Karen, for sharing the sweet photos. I don't know how many "kilometers" a mile contains so it's hard for me to determine how far it's traveling to your granddaughter. But I understand your feelings. Nice garden to play in!

Sandra said...

the yard looks great and I know she will like it, I do pray they will come and bring her for a visit once in a while. sorry they have moved so far away...I have not heard of these caves, we were in several caves but not this one..

Mary Hutchins said...

A very educational trip for Kaedyn, I would have enjoyed it too! Hope you have a great day.

BCAUSEHELIVES.blogspot.com said...

Glad your granddaughter enjoyed visiting the cave, but sad she moved far from you. If she is happy, I know you are happy for her too.

Carla from The River said...

I think caves are fun to visit. I am glad she had a fun time. It is so interesting to see all the things that are in a cave, the formations, rocks and even some creatures.

Lady Jane said...

Caves are so much fun. Sorry she has moved but not so far away. Hope you will get together often. Hugs, LJ

Stephanie said...

What a beautiful and fascinating cave! Thanks for sharing the photo with us.

Have a beautiful week, dear Karen. Hugs!

Connie said...

Sounds like she had a fun and educational field trip with her class. That is a nice back yard. I hope she will still be able to visit you often.

Mildred said...

She will enjoy the safety of the yard this summer. I pray she will still be able to visit with you often. I would not like the caves I don't think.

Lowcarb team member said...

Caves can be such fun to visit, I enjoyed seeing the photographs.

That really does look a good backyard, I'm sure she will still be able to visit quite often - I do hope so.

All the best Jan

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