Friday, February 25, 2011

Photo overload....

In the fall of 2009 we came across this place...neither Roger nor I can remember exactly where to find it.
We know it's north of here...and I keep looking for it in our travels.
We both love finding places like this...
especially in Indiana.
This looked like an entrance to a cave....

So I went over to investigate....I crawled up in there...
There was barely room to stand up in, and not really any sort of room at all. It was dark, so I just used the auto everything setting on the camera and shot a couple of photos.
I kind of thought the roots looked creepy....

I have been having a lot of fun lately strolling down memory lane by looking at these old photos. They bring back so many good memories.

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Tomorrow the Toot is coming for a little visit. I cannot wait to see her. She was saying 'spectacular' to me on the phone tonight and doing a pretty good job of it.

10 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Beautiful pictures, Rose. Hope you find out where you were since that is such a gorgeous place....

Enjoy your granddaughter. I know you WILL... Take some pictures for us.

Hugs,
Betsy

Judy said...

What a great find! I would have crawled up in there as well. Have fun with the Toot :)

Carletta said...

I love places like this. They are so unexpected and make you wonder if there is a purpose.
We found a spot of rocks that I love but they are on private property behind a fence.

don said...

That is an unusual and very interesting outcropping or whatever its called. It's strange that a place like that would be harder than surrounding earth so erosion has produced such an interesting mound. You are brave to enter the cave and take some nice shots!

Mary said...

Interesting...reminds me of the drive from the overlook to the river at Merom. Great photos of the area, where ever it is!

George said...

Unexpected places like this are always exciting to find and to explore. I'm glad you have the pictures to share with us.

A piece of news said...

Spectacular is a pretty fancy word...much like Kleenexes. That was cute!!

kwiltmakr said...

What a lovely corner of the world!

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

Looks like a nice place to explore; hope you find it again.

thirtysevenandcounting said...

Maybe Pine Hills Nature Preserve, which is next to Shades State Park?

Lindy

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