Usually on Labor Day weekend we attend an event called Fair At New Boston (feel free to do a search and you’ll find another post or two) but this year it was to hot so since my husband was coaching at a Special Olympics softball game we called my mom and said how about Ohio Caverns. It’s a cool 54 degrees year round and a perfect place to go when it’s hot and humid outside. We took both the natural wonders and the historic tours and they both had something the other didn’t, the tour guides were really great in being patient with us.
I linked above to our first visit to Ohio Caverns so I don’t want to share all the pictures I took as most of them are similar as it was the same tour but I didn’t see the dove on the first visit so I thought it was very distinctive.
If you ever visit Ohio I highly recommend Ohio Caverns – people have come from all over the world to visit these Caverns. There is also another one owned by a local American Indian Trip called Zanes Caverns, we haven’t been there yet but I aim to. I enjoy visiting caverns. My children were a bit disappointed though – there were no little brown bats at this visit, apparently they only seek the caverns during the winter and early spring months.
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