Does it seem to anyone else that fall just came and went before we had time to enjoy it? In Tennessee at least, the leaves didn’t change until late October, then we had a cold snap and all of a sudden it’s winter. Where did autumn go?
I feel like fall was stolen from us, so I’m glad I got a quick weekend among the forest of Hocking Hills for Layne and Brian’s wedding to at least get a small dose of my favorite season.
While we were staying at our cozy cabin in the woods and the girls were holed up sipping on bourbon, the bros went down the road to Ash Cave, where there was another wedding going on.
Ash is more of an overhang than an actual cave; it’s a pretty easy walk but there’s no railing or warnings up top so keep your kids and your dogs close.
The walk is a relatively easy one if you’re traveling with people who are elderly or have limited mobility.
It’s definitely not the only cave in the Hocking Hills area—Old Man’s Cave is the more well-known one, but overrun with visitors at all times, which quickly deterred us from checking it out—but one of the most accessible.