When leaving the parking lot you are greeted by this statue to "commemorate the young men of the civilian conservation corps who developed and preserved the nations natural resources for the pleasure of future generations. (CCC Worker 1933-1942)...May 2014 dedication".
|Information about native species|
We waited here for the tour guide to arrive. When he did we had him all to ourselves as no one else booked the same time slot.
Just as our tour guide showed up so did this Skink..
Rough Green Snake...my first time. He was so long and slender.
|Some flooding in the cave|
|A cave salamander which I think he said was a Three Lined Salamander|
|Cave cricket Don't think for a minute that this guy is small.|
They are HUGE!
|The one and only column you can touch|
|A Cave Spider|
After our tour we set up our campsite for the night.
The girls wanted to go swimming so we took a walk to the Blue Hole.
|Picnic area near the swimming hole|
Back to the campsite for some time in the hammock because that always makes us feel better!
And well if the hammock a lone doesn't cheer you then making funny fish faces should!