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    Adena Mound at Enon

    by Jim_Eliason Updated Jul 15, 2016

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    This mound is in the small city of Enon just east/Northeast of Dayton. the mound is named for the culture of early mound builders who were believed to have built this mound. its the second largest conical mound after Miamiburgs mound.

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    Spring Valley Wildlife area

    by Jim_Eliason Updated Jun 5, 2016

    This preserve features a large marsh with hiking trails southeast of Dayton and Xenia. it a quiet place for a hike and to see many of the ducks and other fowl that frequent the marsh. hunting is allowed so best to avoid the place in the fall.

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    Grand Lake St Mary's

    by Jim_Eliason Updated May 1, 2016

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    This is Ohio's largest inland lake and was created to provide water for the Miami Erie Canal. It sits in the western part of the state by Lima, Ohio. Today its use of is mostly recreational as the waters are too polluted for drinking due to industrial and agricultural runoff.

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    Piatt Castles - Mac-O-Chee

    by Jim_Eliason Updated May 1, 2016

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    Built by the sons of an early pioneer these unique mansions are preserved as historical museums. There were built in the 1870's by two Piatt brothers in a gothic style who migrated here from the east coast with their families.

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    Headlands State Park

    by Jim_Eliason Updated Mar 27, 2016

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    Sitting north of Cleveland, this is noted as Ohio's best beach (not saying much). Primarily a beach park, there is also a marsh which is home to lots of different species of birds. besides the mile long beach there area few short hiking trails.

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    Check out a new park

    by chattygirl7491 Written Jan 5, 2016

    Found this park a year ago and love it ... I take my camera because it's so lovely .. turtles, frogs, butterflies, birds, mature trees, flowers, lots of cool stuff. Great to walk the paved trail or picnic.

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    playing with my scanner

    by chattygirl7491 Written Oct 16, 2015

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    playing with my husbands new scanner ... might use images for scrapbooking or background for facebook. I like the retro or antique look. I had lots of old books to play with as my best friend collects old books and I buy them for her Christmas gifts

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    Cincinnati

    by Jim_Eliason Updated Oct 12, 2015

    Set on the banks of the Ohio river, Cincinnati is one of Ohio's oldest towns. Cincinnatti's is old river boat town half in Ohio, half in Kentucky. its probably my favorite Ohio town as it seems to have more character than most.

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    Dayton

    by Jim_Eliason Written May 28, 2013

    Dayton is a very historic city both for its part in the development of Aviation but also its part in the industrial revolution in the US in general. That having been said its city whose best days are behind it. Its plagued with high unemployment and crime. However for anyone interested in aviation, Dayton is a must see both for its Wright brothers sights but also the magnificent US Air Force Museum.

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    Columbus

    by Jim_Eliason Written May 28, 2013

    The Capital of Ohio, this is also Ohio's largest city. However being a fairly new city, it lacks much of the Charm and history of Ohio's other major cities. It does however have a great set of Bike trails following on the rivers in town and few other attractions worth visiting.

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    Cleveland

    by Jim_Eliason Updated May 28, 2013

    Ohio's second largest City, Cleveland has a reputation as a town whose prime has past it by. Regardless it still has some great attractions for visitor's the best of which is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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    Black Hand Gorge

    by Jim_Eliason Updated May 26, 2013

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    This place was quite dissapointing. Although scenic and a nice place to hike, the closest it got to a "gorge" were some exposed sandstone bluffs. If you live in the Central Ohio area this might be a good hiking spot but it's not worth a special trip.

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    Serpent Mound

    by Jim_Eliason Updated May 26, 2013

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    This Native American mound is shaped like a snake and was built sometime between 800- 1000 AD. The head of the snake is aligned to the summer solstice and the coils also may point to the winter solstice and the equinox.

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    Cedar Bog

    by Jim_Eliason Updated May 26, 2013

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    Cedar Bog Nature Preserve is the largest and best example of a bog in Ohio. It has many rare plants and animals, as well as excellent orchid, prairie, and woodland wildflower displays.

    A mile long boardwalk guides the visitor through this preserve .

    However a $4 dollar charge is charged for entrance although unique the hike is nothing special

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    Cleveland - Hope Memorial Bridge

    by ant1606 Updated Oct 28, 2012

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    Exceeding one mile in length, this bridge crosses over the Cuyahoga River and is a distinct landmark in Cleveland. A closer look or, better, a drive or walk through it reveals two beautiful Art Deco statues on each end, the "Guardians of Traffic". Great view over the city's skyline.
    These photos were taken during a "Ride for Sylvia" memorial. Motor traffic was banned for the occasion. She was killed by a drunk truck driver on Sep 17, 2009, while cycling on her way to work.

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