|It was egg and bacon breakfast at our campsite on that rainy morning.|
Friday was the day that some of the people from the parish (including us, our cousins, and our aunt) went to Ape Caves. Ape Caves are lava tubes created by Mt. St. Helens millions of years ago.
|This sign was on a board when we got to Ape Caves.|
|These are the people from the parish who came to the caves.|
|I liked this sign.|
|Walking to the caves.|
|Going over what to do in the caves.|
|This sign showed Ape Caves and the surrounding area.|
|Both the lower and the upper caves start at the same place|
but the upper cave was much longer and you came out at the end of it.
|Descending into the caves.|
|My Mom went in the lower cave with two of my sisters|
along with a few other people. Mariposa, Gemma, and
my cousin Sophie are in this picture. Sedric and Celeste stayed
with my grandparents at the campsite.
|The ceiling looked pretty cool here.|
|There were some rocky slopes they had to walk down.|
|When they got to the end of the cave, they turned around back to|
the entrance and went back to the campsite in a separate car.
|There were some wide, flat, open places like this where we would wait|
for everyone to catch up.
|Near the end of the cave, there were some holes in the ceiling.|
We were really happy to see them because we had been in the cave
for about two hours.
|Finally, we made it to where we had to climb out.|
|My friend wanted me to take this picture of this picture of her.|
|It was raining when we came out of the cave and my camera lens|
got all fogged up.
|Even though it was raining and we got absolutely soaked,|
the walk back was nice after being underground so long.
|Once we got back to the car, we headed back to camp.|
|Or friends are making some kind of tropical drink.|
|While the adults were enjoying their drinks, us kids played games.|
|Celeste fell asleep while my grandpa was holding her.|
|His singing and guitar playing was REALLY good!|
|Celeste like the music.|
Stay tuned for day 3!