As I'm writing this post, the snow is gently falling outside so it's appropriate to get to work on some posts I've been meaning to provide; the first of which was filled with constant cold and snow.
I spent a the four days before Thanksgiving 2013 enjoying the west. "West" in this instance is simply anything within a few days driving distance while being sure to hit Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Ohio.
Rather than simply taking photos of interesting things along the way, during my drive westward on day 1, I decided to take a tip from a PCT Blog I followed this year and take a photo on the hour, every hour, throughout the day, no matter where I am (interesting or not!).
So here you have it!
|PA Turnpike tunnel, 10AM|
|PA back roads, 11AM...snow beginning to fall.|
|Johnstown Flood Memorial, looking out on the former dammed lake.|
|Geocache stop. GC47CY5|
|Just entering Ohio, I-76, 3PM|
|Still moving westward in OH, I-76|
|Almost to the destination, day 1, near Akron, OH, 5PM|
|At the bar, Winking Lizard|
|Still at the bar|
|I found a different bar...in the same restaurant!|