For so many people – and most of us Outsiders – heading out into the great outdoors is one of the most fun and enjoyable things we can do. Recently, “American Pickers” star Mike Wolfe, and his girlfriend, Leticia Cline, decided to spend time in a unique outdoor location.
Based on a story Cline shared via her Instagram account, she and Wolfe were joined by friends on their recent excursion to Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky. One of the images in her story shows Cline and the “American Pickers” star smiling alongside two of their friends. Over this image, Cline added the caption: “You can’t come to @visitcavecity and not see @mammothcavenps. The Worlds (sic) longest cave. (Over 420 miles long).”
Another image that was part of Cline’s Instagram story said that her friend traversed 200 stairs. That journey also covered “a few miles” during their excursion in the famous caves.
Based on what “American Pickers” star Mike Wolfe’s girlfriend, Leticia Cline also shared on Instagram, after their group enjoyed their time in Mammoth Cave National Park, they went out and had a different type of fun.
Like so many others enjoy doing, they decide to go to a karaoke bar. “Neither of us can sing, but we put on a show,” Cline also shared in her Instagram story. “Thinking about taking the show on the road,” she shared. That caption accompanied a hilarious photo of her and her friend having a blast performing for their fellow karaoke participants.
National Park Visited By ‘American Pickers’ Star Mike Wolfe and Leticia Cline is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
According to the website of the National Park Service, Mammoth Cave National Park is located in Kentucky.
“Rolling hills, deep river valleys, and the worlds (sic) longest known cave system. Mammoth Cave National Park is home to thousands of years of human history and a rich diversity of plant and animal life …”
Because of its impressive qualities, the park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and International Biosphere Reserve,” the website also reports.
“American Pickers” star Mike Wolfe and his girlfriend, Leticia Cline, aren’t the first people to enjoy Mammoth Cave National Park. According to the NPS, many visitors go to Kentucky to take in the beauty and history of the park.
“Mammoth Cave has drawn people from all walks of life for thousands of years to its dark subterranean depths, lush forests, and Green River Valley. Here they endured and left an everlasting impression on the history and culture of the South Central Kentucky region. Explore Mammoth Cave’s impact on our human story. And learn how so many people are forever connected to this land,” the National Park Service reports.
The Mammoth Cave National Park continues to be explored. “Each year, volunteers from the Cave Research Foundation come to the park to map newly discovered passages, to help us learn just how far it stretches, …” the website also said.
In order to do their research, these volunteers bring different tools with them. These tools include a compass, a measuring tape or a laser ranger, and an inclinometer.