|Here's the picture of what they call "the heart of the cave." I'm pretty sure we also found the cave's belly button and spleen, too, although those aren't officially labelled...|
Friday, October 7, 2011
Today we braved Timpanogos Mountain's 1 3/4 mile trail so we could see the cave at the top. I say "braved" because we weren't allowed to bring a stroller (we found out when we got there), and it was snowing when we got to the higher levels. So between the cold and carrying two children in the arms of three people (my sister came, too!), it was a memorable trip. At least the caves are beautiful, slick and haunting, with cave popcorn and cave bacon and water drips frozen in stone over hundreds of years.