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May 12, 2009


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I love how you can find such drastically different places to be so close. The town in which I grew up has tons of farmland on one side and one of the largest malls in the country on the other. The mall part isn't the better half.


I definitely didn't expect a National Park to be so close to Cleveland, but that made it close enough for us to do over a weekend.
Tim's a real history buff, so this park was especially nice for him because of the historic connections.


A National Park in Ohio? Who woulda thunk it?

Actually tho', the dreamers who envisioned the opening of the west by using canals to create commerce trails, really did a service to our young nation. It's good to see this history preserved and cared for.

Thank you for the narrative.


Jimmy-the park is definitely a must-do for early American history buffs. Tim's major area of study when he goes back this fall will be the Early Republic period...so I'm thinking I should drag him back down there soon.

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