Journaling: The Tonkawa Indian cave at Mother Neff State Park is down a 30-foot ravine. The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) workers who built the park found the 200 year-old remains of 3 Indians when they were clearing the floor of the cave. They reinterred the remains of 2 in 1935 at Eagle Springs Cemetery. A 3rd Indian warrior was buried near the cave’s entrance. Dennis & Joel took a hike down to the caves when we visited the park in July 2013. It’s an amazing feeling to be standing in a place with such a long history. You can just imagine the Native people who lived and worked there as you reach out and touch the same walls, rocks and trees they touched.

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