“Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world.” ~ Unknown
More shots of Cave Run Lake from Valentine’s Day: the water’s emerald color glowing under the ice in the shallows here where the tunnel used to be. The road they carved over the hill to replace the tunnel now provides a perch from whence to view the rising and ebbing waters. From the sign to the water is probably 300-350 yards. At that level, water would have flooded the tunnel nearly floor to ceiling. Although the tunnel was long gone by 2011, I don’t remember it being entirely impassable, though I’m sure it must have been at some point. I miss the tunnel. What a beautiful place it was to make memories, but what a glorious day this was to make more.