Ruby Falls

Portraits of a Young Man in Full Burgeoning Blossom of an Angst Ridden Preteen Who Still Wants to Have An Awesome Time as a Kid But Finds Himself Now Sometimes Also Subdued and Self-Conscious and Simply Dutifully Posing for A Pic

Portraits of a Young Man in Full Burgeoning Blossom of an Angst Ridden Preteen Who Still Wants to Have An Awesome Time as a Kid But Finds Himself Now Sometimes Also Subdued and Self-Conscious and Simply Dutifully Posing for A Pic #1
Ruby Falls #1

Portraits of a Young Man in Full Burgeoning Blossom of an Angst Ridden Preteen Who Still Wants to Have An Awesome Time as a Kid But Finds Himself Now Sometimes Also Subdued and Self-Conscious and Simply Dutifully Posing for A Pic #3
Ruby Falls #2

Portraits of a Young Man in Full Burgeoning Blossom of an Angst Ridden Preteen Who Still Wants to Have An Awesome Time as a Kid But Finds Himself Now Sometimes Also Subdued and Self-Conscious and Simply Dutifully Posing for A Pic #2
Ruby Falls #3

Was wild getting out of the car at Ruby Falls today and being greeted by Bolan and T. Rex on the sound system. And Marty noted that Killer Queen was playing when we left.

Ruby Falls is a pretty easy-going cavern experience even in the tight spots. H.o.p. was subdued and yet declared it, “Awesome”, in a subdued voice. “Awesome.” Then when we got home he was, “Ruby Falls was awesome!”

Our visit was actually nicer this time than it was four years ago. It being Labor Day weekend the cavern was pretty well jammed with tour groups. I didn’t know that Ruby Falls would be such a popular international destination. Many Germans, UK, Chinese and East Indians today. About half of our group was from England.

2009 august ruby falls
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