Hocking Hills Cabins
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... to see - a big cannon out in the front yard - no wonder he grew up to fight the South! Picture included. A lot of revitalizing going on in the main street area which seems to be the thing to do. There was a glass blowing museum on the main street but we decided to not spend the money they wanted to tour.
We rode around the lake that the Buckeye Lake area is named for but couldn't see any water. The houses were built right up to ...
... so we just stayed on the coach and fixed lunch. By the time we'd finished eating the rain had stopped so Jim took over and on we went to Buckeye Lake.
We got set up in our campsite then went to eat dinner. Jim found a local diner called "Clay's Cafe" in Hebron, OH. You can see pictures attached. It was quaint with stools at the counter that reminded us of our growing up ...
... valley. I told Elysia it made Highway number 1 from Ely, MN to the North shore appear Straight. However, there were covered bridges. After crossing the Ohio river to West Virginia the road continued very crooked, but now it was climbing and falling as well. I was not sure I would ever make it to Uniontown, ...
... s cave has a great story too of the man who lived, and died there.
http://www.oldmanscavechalets.com/hocki ng-hills/the-unusual-history-of-old-man s-cave/
I managed over the two days to see all of the main features of the park. 8 miles of hiking up and down hundreds of stairs and steep terrain, but I would do it again. Old Man's cave, Ash Cave, Cedar Falls, Conkles Hollow, Cantwell Cliffs, and the Rock House.
... 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 ...