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Leaving Hocking Hills to travel to Touchstone Center for Crafts, I had 150 or so miles to travel. Well...I put on 275 miles on an excursion to see some covered bridges. It was a crazy trip. Most of the road was in great shape, but top speed for the day after I left Athens, was 25mph. This was a goat trail ...
... 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.
Beautiful!! This park surprised me. Located throughout the official state park are numerous highlight sites, with trails connecting them. We drove, which was just as scenic as walking, and did save us a lot of time. Anyway, we saw 3 rock formations formed out of the passings of ...
... still a light covering but the sky was blue. Donelle was a bit excited to be able to get out for a change so we decided to walk into town. It was a little difficult in the places that don't get cleared but it made for an interesting walk anyway, seeing the town in a different season. Unfortunately, my delay in Dallas meant we only had one night at home to relax before our trip to Amish ...
... had been industry - power plants, barges loaded with coal either being pushed on the river or tied up at the river bank. We could see the Ohio side which was quite rural - green dotted with a few houses. Now we were driving through that rural landscape looking over to the industry. Then it was reversed and the industry was in Ohio and West Virginia looked rural. There were quite a few chemical factories as well.
Back across the river to WV and I had ...