If you’ve read my bio you know I have an undergrad degree in Urban Studies, when I started, the major was Urban Studies and Geography so included in the curriculum was a bunch of Geography/Earth Science classes, one thing I didn’t forget was discussing Luray Caverns which is here in Virginia.
Why in the world have I never been to this place, was my initial thought, I am a native of Virginia and both my parents had visited as a curriculum requirement when they were in school.
Still as the years have passed it’s always slipped my mind as a possible vacation spot for our family.
So when I saw that it was just a half an hour from our resort, this holiday, I knew it was pretty much now or never for those Caverns and I!
I just couldn’t see us (mainly my husband) excited about spending time and money on a trip to Luray Caverns, which is quite a ways from where we live. We decided to make the short trip over from where we were staying and be done with that item on my bucket list!
Now this may not be the type of thing that gets most people going but it was as beautiful and mystifying as I’d always imagined.
To be 100 feet under the ground with beautiful cave, unique rocks and beautiful architecture relishing in the fact that none of it is man-made is makes it that more beautiful!
I just marvel in the wonders that all our nature have to offer, this place was no exception, just absolutely marvelous! God’ work is beautiful and extraordinary! Watching it makes all the daily nuances and hiccups in life seem minuscule, and I LOVE IT!
Here’s a few picture of the beautiful Luray Caverns, nestled in the Shenandoah Valley Region of Virginia. If you want more history, science and information on the Caverns check out their website here!
Check out my fat head, he’s on mission ruin the pictures!