Harrison House Bed and Breakfast
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... of these places means some interesting rides on back roads, mostly dirt...unlike the southwest, there are very few petroglyph sites here - I could only find two, this being one of them. Robin was not impressed and after we visited asked me if I had researched the site, wondering if it was even genuine. He said the symbols were just a little too "on the nose" - too easy to identify what we were looking at. ...
930 am Our first day and how exciting! Packed for 3 weeks in a carry-on (that was interesting;), we made it through security without problems, and now we wait for the first leg of our journey to Detroit while the remaining 51 people of our group board for Atlanta. We'll see ...
Drizzling all day today but warmer than yesterday. 106 miles with lovely scenery. Small rolling hills.
Lots of different people joining to cycle with friends, a number temporarily were misplaced but the game of find the missing cyclist always ended well. An ABB alumni was on the roadside at 95 miles giving out cold ...
... the attention to detail faded as time went by - perhaps with the shift from hunting/gathering to a more settled agricultural lifestyle...
Afternoon brought the rains that the weatherman are promising on and off for the next couple days as well - we will have to dodge rain drops!!
If you look at the pictures from today, you'll notice a tree that seems to have grown up around a cement marker -
... Robin said, "Can we stay one more day?" I said "sure..." and then we started all over.
Turns out there are a lot of Native American sites right here in the Ohio Valley, and in West Virginia as well - more than we were going to see in Michigan and Wisconsin. And so we're here for another night - and tomorrow we move on to Peebles, Ohio, and then Lebanon (still in ...