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I followed secondary roads and the countryside wasn’t at all what I’d expected. There were lots of wetlands and acreages with huge uncultivated fields. There were lots of little towns along the way and long stretches of hardwood forest and very few straight stretches. I’d never really envisioned it but it wouldn’t have been that if I had.
... side of the road, we were allowed to cross and as luck would have it, we were right outside the American National History Museum. Some of the stuff in there was amazing to see, especially the meteors. There was a huge one that had belonged to a tribe of Native Americans who had worshipped it and believed that it brought strength to their people. It was bigger than my van. You were allowed to touch it and take photos but I can't help wondering how it ended up ...
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... it has frozen over! We also passed We realized after we were clear across the state that we didn't go to see the college that Verne went to, University of Miami, Ohio. Sorry Mom!!! Crossing the Ohio River into West Virgina is pretty. The towns along the rivers edge are all very old and the river itself has several bridges across it. So different then what we have at home.
We did go through West Virginia, I promise! We ...
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