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The entrance to the cave my husband's great-uncle lived in.

The entrance to the cave my husband's great-uncle lived in.

The first section of the Alum Cave Trail, up to Arch Rock, is a fairly gentle climb. You'll follow Alum Cave Creek for the first mile. Then, just before reaching Arch Rock, the trail begins to follow the smaller Styx Branch. This section of trail is choked with rhododendron, offering beautiful blooms in early summer.

The first section of the Alum Cave Trail, up to Arch Rock, is a fairly gentle climb. You'll follow Alum Cave Creek for the first mile. Then, just before reaching Arch Rock, the trail begins to follow the smaller Styx Branch. This section of trail is choked with rhododendron, offering beautiful blooms in early summer.

Chief Red Bird by K. B. Tankersley p. 3. Traditional Cherokee symbols for the Deer and Bear clans in the rockshelter located along the Red Bird River on a path that extended from Red Bird's cabin on the mouth of Jack's Creek. The photo was taken prior to the rockshelter's destruction by the construction of SR 66. The petroglyphs have been always been attributed to Red Bird. From K. B. Tankersley's Kentucky Cherokee: People of the Cave.

Chief Red Bird by K. B. Tankersley p. 3. Traditional Cherokee symbols for the Deer and Bear clans in the rockshelter located along the Red Bird River on a path that extended from Red Bird's cabin on the mouth of Jack's Creek. The photo was taken prior to the rockshelter's destruction by the construction of SR 66. The petroglyphs have been always been attributed to Red Bird. From K. B. Tankersley's Kentucky Cherokee: People of the Cave.

One hell of a trophy - Panguitch Utah Limited Elk Unit - 2012  (findmeahunt.com).

One hell of a trophy - Panguitch Utah Limited Elk Unit - 2012 (findmeahunt.com).

Judaculla Rock Detail - 1,548 designs have been identified on the stone, more than any other boulder east of the Mississippi.

Judaculla Rock Detail - 1,548 designs have been identified on the stone, more than any other boulder east of the Mississippi.

Red Bird River Petroglyphs (15CY51) in Clay County, Kentucky.

Red Bird River Petroglyphs (15CY51) in Clay County, Kentucky.

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