At Boulders Edge
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ages come and gone. Each were beautiful, and each had a beautiful waterfall to match: Rockhouse, Old Man's Cave, and Ash's Cave. The latter two were really spectacular with their dome-like formation, with waterfalls and prestine swimming areas (when the water warms up!). Pics ...
... still a light covering but the sky was blue. Donelle was a bit excited to be able to get out for a change so we decided to walk into town. It was a little difficult in the places that don't get cleared but it made for an interesting walk anyway, seeing the town in a different season. Unfortunately, my delay in Dallas meant we only had one night at home to relax before our trip to Amish ...
... her apartment I crossed over a busy intersection that offered no consideration for pedestrians (not uncommon in the US) to try and find the start of the trail I'd seen on a brochure into The Ridges park. The Ridges (AKA Athens Lunatic Asylum) was a mental hospital dating back as far as the American civil war and reportedly one of the most haunted places in the country. It was also situated on one of the heavily wooded hills surrounding town. I couldn't find the start of the trail so ...
After an uneventful drive we got to Athens and Donelle's apartment for the year. I spent that evening and the next day taking it easy while she attended to her study commitments. Donelle's apartment is part of a big complex in a quiet new estate on one of the hills that surround the town. The town itself is built around the old university, on the banks of the Hocking River and set amongst heavily wooded low hills. These ...
... The grass is green (it is the middle of summer), there are trees everywhere and you can see hills that are green. The next thing I noticed was the cobblestone/Athens Blocks that still pave the main street of Athens - Court Street. And then I found it, the place I have been looking for, it just appeared. Or should I say the smell wafted down the street and I could not help but seek it out, the ...