Country Hearth Inn Washington Court House
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Spending a couple of days to see my relatives on my mom's side.
Earl Wall (uncle)
Alice Wall (aunt)
Jimmy Wall (cousin)
Steven Wall (cousin)
Had a very nice lunch and dinner with them. Lots of fun telling old stories.
Wow! Early 3:45 am wake up this morning for early flights and a long travel day. Sydney travelled separately and we all had connecting flights in different countries and cities which made for a stressful day but we persevered! I believe the point of these stresses is to make us appreciate the comforts and familiarity of home even more:). Sydney was ...
... the site and could find no evidence that it isn't authentic. I was disappointed that someone (don't know if it was officially done or not) outlined the petroglyphs with chalk to make them more prominent...the entire section of rock was covered by a picnic shelter so that the art doesn't become eroded and lost to future generations.
On Thursday, we ventured out a little earlier, knowing that Serpent Mound ...
... coexistence occurred. (Had hoped to see one of the communities, but it wasn't open). Also read about the colonists using small pox as a weapon against the Indians, who had no immunity to the disease. Colonists would give "gifts" of blankets infected by the disease to a community and wait for the virus to decimate the Indian families.
Still amazed at the some of the detail that can be seen in some of the earliest artwork and tools from these communities. ...
We awoke early this morning so we got up and got on the road by 6:45 am. We left under cloudy skies with a drizzly rain that turned heavy off and on for the first three hours. In an attempt to avoid as many tolls as possible, we traveled out I-70 to I-68 into West Virginia passing Sideling Hill and Cheat Lake along the way.
Once into Pennsylvania on I-79 we hopped off the interstate to take a look at the Hughes Bridge, a covered bridge built in 1889 on a side ...