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When I left Kane, I drove through the Allegheny National Forest - WOW! It was gorgeous and there wasn't much traffic so I finally got some great pics which show the riot of colour - cherry, orange, yellow, green - for some reason it makes me think of lifesavers, lol!
I hit the border and entered Ohio! I didn't find an open tourist …
... on. Probably a
lot of plump squirells running around town.
My last stop for this blog was Oberlin, Ohio, home of Oberlin College. A pretty and
quiet small town and campus. And all the people I met were very friendly. I recommend
stopping by if ever close. Now I am on to the Akron, Ohio area for my first National Park,
Cuyahoga. More about it next time.
I know I haven't done an update this entire summer - it's been a long, hot one, and a lot's been going on - I'm hoping to go back and post pictures here from each month's highlights. For now, here's a few photos taken during our last week at Cedarlane.
... a beautiful campground. They gave me a perfect site, quiet (in the VIP zone) right up next to the path leading to the bay. Had a nice walk around the edge of the bay on the Red Bird Trail. Saw no red birds, but did see three pairs of swans! Several swimming along with their wing feathers all fluffed out. There must be some good algae, 'cause they were spending more time with their heads under ...
... story is that there has never been a verified bottom and is believed to be connected to underground rivers. The Native Americans of the area thought the springs had healing properties and was sacred ground. Supposedly a horse and buggy drove into the springs and drown. We also stopped at the town cemetery to say hi to my grandparents and take pictures for my genealogy ...