On Sunday morning we drove a little over an hour to northern Virginia to the Luray Caverns. Along the way we got to enjoy all the beautiful scenery with all the farms, lush trees, and old charm of the east coast style.
Ripple shapes in the cave
They call this a Redwood formation because of how large in diameter it is similar to the Redwood trees in California
Totem pole structures
Pluto’s Ghost and a Wishing Well. The water in the wishing well was slightly green due to the reaction of the copper coins and the water
They call these fried eggs. It used to be two stalamites that broke off leaving these two. They really do look like fried eggs!
Heading out of the cavern
Beginning of the Shenandoah scenic drive
In the next month, all of these trees will turn into lush colors of red, orange and yellow, we were a little too early to see the transformation. Hopefully we can come again when it does happen someday.