|The 4 of us about 1/2 way through the adventure. Diane, me, Joe & Paul.|
|Our group. The peeps in the yellow hardhats were our guides.|
|Joe & Diane|
|Walking into Conkles Hollow|
|Diane taking in the vastness and beauty.|
Joe & Diane stayed with us from Saturday until Monday. We had a great time!
|Our campsite. We weren't thrilled with the size but at least it was level.|
|They brought some turkey burgers which Di had added some fresh sage from their garden..fantastic!|
|Some day I will paint this...yes, I will!|
After Joe & Di left, Paul and I spent some days driving around Hocking Hills in search of little shops and antique stores. We headed out and landed up at one point on a one lane dirt road..yikes! Twists and hairpin turns all along the way. We didn't know what we would do if we saw a car coming from the other direction. One of us would have had some backing up to do. One day we spotted a Lois's Antiques in the little local magazine. We found the shop and met the most delightful couple in the world! After we shopped in her little store, her husband was waiting outside and said he had a chair for us. Well, under a little tent in the front yard sat 4 chairs all facing each other. We sat and chatted for over 2 hours!!
|Fred, Lois and their white German Shepherd, Heidi in front of the store.|
|Paul & I with Heidi.|
|The tent is just to the left of the driveway. Antiques were in the garage too :)|
|Awesome!! It came with 6 little tin cups inside, one we kept to put peanut shells in.|
|Waitin' for the wind to blow! Too fun!|