Twenty-seven students in the Travel West Virginia class and FFA visited the Blackwater Falls and the Smoke Hole Caverns.

Smoke Hole Caverns got its name when the Seneca Indians used the cracks in the cave's roof, putting hickory fires underneath the meat to smoke and cure.

The Calhoun students, after eating lunch at the Smoke Hole Caverns, traveled to Smoke Hole Cabins where they fed fish in a trout stream. The students then traveled to Blackwater Falls.

Courtesy of Calhoun High School

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