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Hi Folks, I just finished up my 80th year a couple of days ago, and decided to celebrate by taking a 20 mile hike through the Mohican State Forest near Loudonville, Ohio. I started from home, and hiked to “Campground … Continue reading
I’ve been working on “The Bear Tree” for over a month now and it’s coming along fairly well, but on Saturday my wife and I decided we needed to get away for a day. We went to Hocking Hills State Park, which … Continue reading
I have been dealing with what I believe to be a case of “Sciatica”, based on information I got from the online source listed above. (yesterday I didn’t kno’ how to spell docter, now I R 1) So as a … Continue reading
In late April this year, while I was on the AT in Georgia, there was a storm in Loudonville that split a one hundred and twenty year old tree that is in the front of my house. That trunk to … Continue reading
Hi Folks, On Sunday, May 6th Judy and I decided to check out Magee Marsh that is in the vicinity of Marblehead Lighthouse in northern Ohio. It is the peak season during the “Warbler Migration” and this is the prime … Continue reading
Good Morning Folks, Last evening when I was coming off the Trail for the evening, I met an interesting person, and his group. He immediately got my attention by offering me a beer. (Which I accepted with enthusiasm.) You just can’t … Continue reading
Woke up with the sunrise, had my breakfast of coffee, Oats and raisins, and more coffee, then hit the Trail. “It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood”. Things are getting greener I traveled to Gooch Gap and turned north. The … Continue reading
I thought that Sassafras Mountain was steep, but I soon found that Justus Mountain is steeper. (Maybe I’m still just exhausted from Sassafras, – – – – but of course I would never admit that.) And then I found this: … Continue reading
It is still raining a bit after the storms last night, but it finally cleared at about 10:00 AM. I’m leaving the Hawk Mountain Shelter and beginning the climb up Sassafras Mountain. First a dip down to High Tower Gap, Then … Continue reading