Hocking Hills Frontier Log Cabins
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Hot tub
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... It was a fantastic journey and would not have been as successful or enjoyable without all of their assistance and companionship. Until we see you again Auf Wiedersehen, Au revoir, Adios, Nakemiin, Farvel, "Goodbye"!
Post note: we will add the rest of the pics and I will edit some of the better ones so look for them in a post return blog ...
... 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 ...
... a lengthy hibernation, in May I took my motorcycle safety course and had my license 48 hours later. Long story short, from May to Sept. I gathered roughly 500 miles of experience riding around town including a 200 mile trip thru Hocking Hills. Never in the rain, wind, or dark of night I have convinced myself I’m ready for a 5000 mile journey across the United Sates and there was no looking back. Somewhere ...
Southern Ohio is not heavy on interesting sights worth a
stop as you’re crossing the state by that route. One, though, is Hopewell
Culture National Historical Park, an archaeological and interpretive site of
ancient Native American mound building cultures which inhabited the Mississippi
and Ohio Valley regions. The Mound City Group is the ost significant of several
sites in the area near the town of Chillicothe, but there’s really not much to