Monday, July 23, 2007

Havens | The Hocking Hills of Ohio

A Landscape That the Glaciers Overlooked
Published: July 20, 2007
Tucked into Ohio’s southeast corner lies a densely wooded but thinly populated region of rugged slopes and cool hollows, of spring-fed creeks and cascading waterfalls, known as the Hocking Hills.
I wonder if a whole bunch of east coasters will show up unannounced at the pig roast next year thanks to this NY Times article. It gives a quick summary of the region and discusses the housing market.

Thanks for clipping the paper Mom!

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