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Old Man's Cave Hocking Hills State Park, Logan Ohio
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Welcome to the enchanted forest of old growth hemlocks and Blackhand sandstone of Old Man's Cave in Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio. The 150 foot sandstone cliff caves were the home of an early settler named Richard Rowe, for which the site was named after.   

Copyright: Bryant A Gilbert
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Uploaded: 03/04/2009
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Tags: old mans cave; hocking hills state park; logan ohio; richard rowe; wyandot indian; hockinghocking; sandstone; panorama
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