HOCKING HILLS SNAPSHOTS

Last week I made my second trip to Hocking Hills. If you haven't escaped to nature lately, stop reading this right now. This post isn't even that good and it's not tundra weather yet. Get out there!

I mean it. Cell service was basically nonexistent and the internet was nowhere to be found. I realized how much I need grilling and board games in my life.

The only bad part was coming back to reality. We really need to work on bringing robes and bonfires into the office. 

Hunt & Harvest Hocking Hills

Day one was Old Man's Cave. It's awesome and there's a hobbit bridge, but it's crowded.

Hunt & Harvest Hocking Hills

There's some Lion King nonsense going on. A+

Hunt & Harvest Hocking Hills

Later in the week, we went to Rock House. It's treacherous. In a really good way. Probably don't bring any small children.

Hunt & Harvest Hocking Hills

It was hard to get a good shot of the inside of the rock formations because the lighting was awful, and we were too busy gawking anyway.

Hunt & Harvest Hocking Hills

It was basically empty. We didn't run into anyone else the majority of the time. Strongly recommend.

Hunt & Harvest Hocking Hills

The best part about this trip was that besides what you just saw and a few stragglers on IG, these were the only pictures we took.

Sometimes it's best to just commit your adventures to memory.

90% of photos taken by Charlie.