A couple of weeks ago, Dudeboy and I joined Uncle Vic and a few friends on a trip to see some natural arches along the border in the western sections of Kentucky and Tennessee. It took us about a year to gain permission to visit these features . . . none of which were spectacular, but taken as a whole, they are pretty interesting geologically.
Under a boulder wedge . . .
There were many, many small passages to crawl through.
This arch, and the openings in the above photos, are all part of the same complex. Much of it is basically a collapsed cave system.
It might be a bit hard to decipher in the above photo, but Dudeboy is standing on an arch.
Here is the same arch, but from below looking up at Dudeboy.