Today we made a trip over to the Longhorn Caverns. Stella and I have been here but it was several years ago. Both of the boys wanted to come to the caverns.
This is a part of the natural entrance to the caverns. The State of Texas owns about a mile and a half of the cavern, which continues on for about six and a half miles.
This is a natural sculpture called the Queen's Watchdog. It was originally found in the Queen's Chamber.
More natural formations.
The milky looking walls and ceiling are limestone and were formed thousands of years ago when an underground river existed here.
Interesting rock formations
This is one of several halls found in the caverns. The entire tour was a little more than a mile and took about 90 minutes to complete. It was nice and cool in the top of the cave but very humid in the bottom. We all enjoyed the tour but we were pretty tired at the end.