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June 09, 2013

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Janice Evans

that looked like a really great hike. . .

Marsha Weaver

How in the world is a common person suppose to know that Split Bow Arch is at Bear Creek Overlook?

Love the KY homestead photo.

With all the greenery, I can see why the mosquitoes were out in force.

Great story about Devil's Jump Overlook. Funny to think they didn't know what oil was.

We took a mine tour in WV years back. We rode in a mine car. It was one of the best tours we have ever taken. The girls were about 11-12 and they still remember it.

Heartofcarrot

I loved the story about the Devil and oil. Rain aside, it looks like you had a wonderful hike!

Jeff Boldt

As usual, we love the pictures and stories you include in your blogs.

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