Next to the rock of Lake Lenore Caves

by Roman Grinev
The Lenore Caves were formed by the plucking of basalt from the walls of the coulees by the rush of melt waters and are geologically different from most caverns. They were later used as shelters by prehistoric man.
405 S Harrison Ave, Soap Lake, WA 98851, USA
Publish date: 01/24 2019
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