Dunbar Cave State Park-Clarksville, Tennessee. 

I woke up and got to my front porch and Gabby greeted me and made herself at home. 

I had made a reservation for the Dunbar Cave at 9 am. Blueberry pancakes, bacon, sausage, fresh fruit, ham and cheese omelet and more of that great grape juice. The girls were back for camp and it was Tara dress up day with tea and the Virginia Reel. 

I left everyone for the cave and Clarksville. 

The cave was a show cave that was used in the 1800 and 1900’s. Roy Acuff owned it at one time. It had been abandoned for a couple years in the 70’s before the state purchased it. The cave was heavy with graffiti and many columns had been vandalized. Some were intact. There were some big rooms and it was an 8 1/2 mile system. I walked the upland trail in downtown Clarksville, home of the Austin Peay State University Governors. 

I walked some the historic downtown and it was fairly quiet and I went to Dover to a place called The Land between the Lakes. Pretty cool. Quiet afternoon am getting ready for getaway tomorrow for IOWA. Peace out. Namaste Tres

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