Saturday, August 14, 2010

Scary Crevice of Doom

Tonight Miss Munchkin gave thanks for our safety during our latest adventure.  “And thank you that we didn’t fall to our doom in a scary crevice.”

This area boasts a huge variety of topography and landscapes within a short distance.  If you drive less than an hour to the north, you can lounge on the beach of a Great Lake.  Another short drive brings you to these incredible natural rocky ledges tucked away in a State park.

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Anonymous said...

I can't believe that during all the time I've spent in Ohio I've never been there! That looks amazing! Oh, I thought of another place that's neat to visit....more nature trails (if you're not tired of them): Cuyahoga Valley National Park. You can also see some of the remains of the Ohio-Erie canal. -your sis

CountessLaurie said...

not the SCARY CREVICES OF DOOOOOM!!!! they look gorgeous for being some doomy!! they also sound like they should be in the fire swamp from Princess Bride.

MrsMama said...

Rene, did you know Grandpa took Grandma on their first date here?

Laurie, ha we love Princess Bride. :)

Anonymous said...

Where in Ohio is this? My husband thinks it is near Youngstown.

MrsMama said...

Your husband was right! Nelson-Kennedy Ledges State Park is between Cleveland and Youngstown. He gets 100 points :)