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Today we crossed the Cumberland Gap and had a picnic lunch at the visitor center. We figure that walking on the trail is another adventure.
After leaving that area we encountered rain in Lexington, KY and drove through that until we reached Wooster, OH.
Glad to be home again. No more trips till 2013.
Have a great winter!
... listen to an audio program to describe the history and views along the route. We went from the middle of the park, south the Akron and then back north to the end of the park and back to the middle. We saw beautiful scenery and the old canal that was no longer in use. In the summer months, the train goes all the way south to Canton. In November the train does a special "Polar Express' event which sells out every day ...
When I woke up this morning, my windshield was coated in ice. Might be time to start turning south. On this leg of the trip, I thought that deer might be a danger. But instead it turned out to be big flocks of small birds, maybe wrens or starlings. One time a large flock crossed the road in front of me a few feet off the ground. I hit the brakes and barely kept from plowing ...
... 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.
... times and even was the spot we honeymooned. It's been awhile since our last visit and we are looking forward to the opportunity of taking our boys. I'm sure I will have plenty of time tomorrow to write but now, I need to try to settle my inner child and get some rest. ...