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Diana had to go back to base, so Nate and I drove out after to go see Natural Bridge Caverns. We snuck in on the very last tour of the day. It's super humid in there, but it was worth it. The views are spectacular!
After, we drove to Whole Foods and the ridiculously large Central Market to top off our travel food supplies.