The Natural Bridge in Slade, Kentucky

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It’s summer, which to me means late evenings spent outside. My husband and I drove to Kentucky in the fall to visit the Red River Gorge area. What we found in the forest was unexpected -many natural stone arches. They cut across the sky, and were conversely, hidden in brush. What we uncovered in that trip continues to feed our enthusiasm to travel into nature’s forests.

Natural Bridge Trails

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The Red River Gorge in the Daniel Boone National Forest

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We stayed in a remote cabin that could only be accessed by foot.

102613_RedGorge 691We found this area to be the favorite of many rock climbers. Miguels, below, was a hot-spotĀ for many. The decor surrounding the bus-seat booths were lengths and lengths of rock-climbing rope.

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Sky Bridge Station

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Photo by Krag Ky

The Red River Rock House Restaurant

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Welcome to summer and the adventures waiting!

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