Russell Cave National Monument was an interesting way to spend a couple of hours in the beautiful outdoors. It's a small site, run by the National Park Service. There are hiking trails, a visitor's center, some educational exhibits, and an introductory film. The most fascinating thing about this cave is that it is the only site with artifacts covering all four historical periods from 10,000 BC to 1650 AD. You can walk back to the cave to see how it was used by the Native Americans throughout its history. The woods are lovely, the Park Service staff are very friendly and knowledgeable, and it was a nice afternoon break from the city.
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