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CAVE-IN-ROCK FRONTIER DAYS!

A bit of the enchanting downtown Cave decor

Hardin County Sheriff JT Fricker chats with the citizens hanging out among the food vendors

Gospel music entertainment was being provided for an appreciative crowd when we were there at about 1:30

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Back up at the top of the hill, games were underway.

And a little further up the way from the appreciative crowd is the wonderful Riverfront Opry House

A little bit up the way from the appreciative crowd were some folks just relaxing

Down at the riverfront, where the ferry was running full bore, were some stands set up for another appreciative group: motorcycle riders.

Here's the appreciative crowd

Posted by on Saturday, September 20th, 2014 @ 11:11 pm.

It's another Cave-in-Rock Frontier Days for the year, as the annual fest was going on in downtown Cave today, where we snapped a few shots.

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Hardin County Sheriff JT Fricker chats with the citizens hanging out among the food vendors

Hardin County Sheriff JT Fricker chats with the citizens hanging out among the food vendors. JT's the guy with the badge.

 

Gospel music entertainment was being provided for an appreciative crowd when we were there at about 1:30

Gospel music entertainment was being provided for an appreciative crowd when we were there at about 1:30

 

Here's the appreciative crowd

Here's the appreciative crowd

 

A little bit up the way from the appreciative crowd were some folks just relaxing

A little bit up the way from the appreciative crowd were some folks just relaxing

 

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Enjoying snacks in front of Dutton's

 

And a little further up the way from the appreciative crowd is the wonderful Riverfront Opry House

And a little further up the way from the appreciative crowd is the wonderful Riverfront Opry House

 

Down at the riverfront, where the ferry was running full bore, were some stands set up for another appreciative group: motorcycle riders.

Down at the riverfront, where the ferry was running full bore, were some stands set up for another appreciative group: motorcycle riders.

 

Back up at the top of the hill, games were underway.

Back up at the top of the hill, games were underway.

 

A bit of the enchanting downtown Cave decor

A bit of the enchanting downtown Cave decor

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