Knights Inn Jackson Southeast
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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.
This was my second visit to Donelle's apartment in Athens and the main thing that had changed was the scenery. The first trip was at the end of summer and the landscape was quite lush, however this time it was the end of winter so all the trees in the forests surrounding the town were bare, which made the landscape quite bleak and grey. There had been light snow in the last few days so ...
This morning I awoke in my own bed for the first time in 18 days. Eyes open, scanning the room getting my bearings, smiling because I'm home. I arrived home last night as the sun was setting, full of excitement and anticipation. Of all the places and things I’d seen and experienced the last 18 days none could touch the sight of home and the embrace of my wife. On the morning of Sept. 20th I ...
... foothills of the Allagheny Mountains, part of the Appalachian range, so there are quite a few state parks nearby based around the more interesting geographic features. When Donelle had a little spare time we went for a short drive to one of the nearest called Strouds Run, which due to its lake appeared to have a focus on water sports. Many of the other waterways seem to be running dry at this time of year, late in ...
... state with 25% obesity
versus one with 32% obesity may not seem all that great, but I wonder what the
stats would be for very high BMIs like over 50. Appalachia seems to have a huge
population of people who are not just chubby or somewhat obese but massively
fat almost to immobility that you rarely see in other parts of the country. At
least that’s been my impression from trips through rural parts of eastern Kentucky,
western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, etc.