This past weekend Sweet Tea and I took a quick trip to Austin. We had planned to go just for a day long mini get-away, but then one of our Austin friends was hospitalized with an unknown illness so we ended up spending the entire weekend there. On Saturday we left the hospital to let our friend rest and decided to drive around thinking about something to do. We drove to Settlers’ Park to see the round rock in Brushy Creek and then decided to go to Innerspace Caverns. I’ve driven by the sign advertising the caverns more times than I can count, but I don’t recall ever stopping for a visit. We had a tour guide who had probably been there since the caverns were discovered in 1963 so he definitely knew what he was talking about. After seeing the 1/2 mile of sights along the concrete paths I decided I needed to do the Wild Cave Tour. It costs $100, lasts about 4 hours, and is done with only headlamps. Our tour guide said the tour crawled through tight spots to see places not accessible on the regular path. Sounds fun to me! Next time!