Warsaw Caves

It isn’t always easy to keep great people in your life, but I am extremely fortunate to have been surrounded by the same great friends for close to 20 years now.

We don’t always get the chance to get together – my friend Paul and I just realized it’s been 2 years since we last saw each other – but when we do it’s like we just saw each other yesterday.

This past weekend, we got together for a camping trip at Warsaw Caves Conservation Area. The area is mainly limestone underneath, deposited after the last glacial melt about 12,000 years ago.

Water has eroded the limestone in many places leaving tunnels, caverns, and kettles throughout – the largest of which form seven caves that you can climb down into and explore. You can read more about them here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warsaw_Caves

We hiked during the day and of course took a few photos, and then held a beer tasting in the evening, with each of us bringing some local brews that are hard, if not impossible, to find outside our respective areas. My favourites came from The Publican House, 5 Paddles, The Granite, Innocente, and Lake of Bays.

Anyway, here are my favourites from the trip.







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