Colucci Log Cabins on the Ohio River
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Friday 25 to Sunday 27 September
Despite a promising forecast, the morning dawned cloudy and it looked as if it would become more overcast as the day progressed. Our cabin-mates, Vernon and Martin, arrived from Mississippi just on 1000hrs and after they had settled into our lake-side cottage, we returned to the apron to continue to greet other new arrivals. As we did last year, some attendees elect to drive to the event. For example, those who make parts ...
... we spent a good few hours learning about and listening to the Celtic flavoured tunes. The Museum incorporates the IBMA Bluegrass Hall of Fame. Following a light lunch break the Science and History Museum was next. Exhibits included a history of the area, motor car displays and a trip inside a coal mine which unfortunately did not coincide with our timing.
The Museum of Fine Art’s fifteen galleries contained many fascinating exhibits from Degas and ...
... writing that passage. Of the pursuit of these "golden moments”; what heroic effort is required?, what goals must be achieved?, what pinnacle must be attained? In addition, what height of joy and happiness elevates such “golden moments” above more pedestrian ones?, perhaps our journey will make all things clear....
Nevertheless we go in search of our own ...
Our last day of the ~28 mile Adventure Hiking Trail. We woke up pretty early today just to get the rest of the trail done, 6:30 AM. The shelter was really nice. We stayed at the south most shelter, just off the Ohio river. During the Fall or Spring you would be able to see the Ohio River very well. Last night we hit the sack before the sun went down. During the middle of the night, Ryan was awoken by a ...
Day 1 started off at 8:00 AM after our morning rituals. Our plan was to hike as many miles as we could, but to stop at a shelter. It had been raining most of this month and last month so the trail was muddy and had plenty of creek crossings, even though every review I read stated the creek crossing were dried up. We stumbled across 4-8 deer this morning and spooked them of the trail. The trail was well marked, but ...