EXPLORING CLOSE TO HOME LANCASTER,OHIO
OSIYO AND WELCOME
MAKE SURE TO VISIT:
A RETURN TO ROCKSTALL NATURE PRESERVE IN THE HOCKING HILLS NEAR LANCASTER,OHIO WITH AN EYE TO THE SKY.
ONE TENACIOUS TREE
FUNGI AND WILDFLOWERS
THEN LINDA AND I MET AN ARCHAEOLOGIST FROM THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY HIKING IN THE AREA. AND HE TOLD US, “MAKE SURE YOU SEE THE INDIAN MILLSTONE.” WITH A LITTLE HUNTING WE FOUND:
INDIANS used millstone functionality to process grains, nuts and other vegetable food products for consumption. how would you like to process grain in a hole made in blackhand sandstone?
I REALLY LIKE THIS WATERFALL. DO YOU THINK THE FALLEN TREE LOOKS LIKE A MAN STANDING IN THE FALLS?
LINDA KEPT TELLING ME IT WAS TIME TO GO
BUT I WOULD NOT STOP LOOKING AROUND. SURE GETS DARK AT THE BOTTOM OF THE GORGE. I’M VERY GLAD THERE WAS A FULL MOON. LOL
AS ALWAYS THANKS FOR STOPPING BY and Do-da-da-go-hv-i. (In the Cherokee language there is no word for "good-bye"; instead, there is Do-nv-da-go-hv-i), meaning "until we meet again."
IF YOU HAVE THE TIME/INCLINATION THIS IS A NEAT VIDEO.
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