Leaving the grotto

The grotto just by itself is amazing, but still there are plenty more to see down stream from the grotto. Onwards we went!

One more photo at the grotto showing how high the water has gotten in the past.

Amber! Looks like a creature. So I did try to see if the amber had entrapped something, but no luck.

The Organ Pipe Mud Dabber nests are pretty common under the ledges.

Another type of mud nest, however I am not sure of the builder.

I just liked this rock. (It is not a fossil.)

Pink stalactites! Or are they fossilized cow udders? LOL.

The green algae was very stringy!

Still near the grotto, we looked back! More to come from this outing!

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Keep looking!

The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.


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