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Bristol Caverns revisited

Bristol Caverns

There's something about the autumnal equinox that makes me want to tunnel into the earth. Without realizing it, we repeated our Bristol Caverns visit on nearly the same date as last year. Does that make it a tradition?



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maybe you are part bear?
Comment by mizztanya Thu Sep 22 09:40:40 2016

So happy you were up to the day,and you two enjoyed yourselves. The day was beautiful here as well. Awesome photos, thanks for sharing.

Comment by Rose Hamilton Thu Sep 22 10:16:30 2016
I'm SO looking forward to a time when I find more balance with the homestead 'to do' list . . . and explore my own area more. Posts such as these remind me that I just have to make the time (I'm glad you are including these activities in your recuperation - warm wishes for your innard health!)
Comment by Charity Thu Sep 22 11:09:31 2016
mizztanya --- Well, surprisingly enough, I changed my mind on my spirit animal this year. I'd previously been saying I was a box turtle, but I felt the need to change to a bear. Maybe that's why I've been hunting caves in the fall?!!! :-)
Comment by anna Tue Oct 4 10:44:36 2016

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime