Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Candle Writing


Mammoth Cave National Park

#17102 "Register Hall" in "Gothic Avenue," is an extreme example of nineteenth-century visitor impact. By the 1880s candle writing was frowned upon, but visitors soon found another way of "leaving their mark." Hundreds of Monuments, like the "Kentucky Monument," pictured, were constructed by both guides and visitors.

Photographer - Chip Clark

Mammoth Cave Hotel
A Forever Resort - Play•Preserve•Protect™

Dear Geof & Nancy,

This card cried out, "Send me to Geof!" Here it is.


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