One of three hiking trails I weekly walk is the Zoar Valley Trail, part of the Ohio and Erie Canal Tow Path corridor. The trailhead I use begins near the Historic Village of Zoar and accommodates hikers, bike and equestrian traffic. The river increasingly is used as a recreational waterway. Eventually this trail which begins near Cleveland, travels through the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and 4 county park systems will reach the Ohio River following the old canal route. The portion I routinely walk has served as canal, fish hatchery and a sawmill trace. It has been nicely repurposed , which is the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge theme of the week.
Been too long since I’ve been hiking! But the cold is not my friend…lol
By the way, just a headsup that you have a few typos.
Yep, I usually do. A good reason to stick with photos and write less 🙂
Haha. Words help to tell a story. Typos often get a one up even on the best of us 🙂
Yep, I usually do. A good reason to say a photo blog and type less.
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Nicely repurposed and very pretty! What a nice area for walking.
Thank you. It’s a blessing to be close by.
Looks like a great place to hike!
Yep. Dogs love it too 🙂
I love what you have done with the re-purpose theme! Wow! Your posts have such vivid details. I feel like I’m traveling along. I am so glad you visited my site and liked one of my posts. This weekend I launched a challenge called TRAVEL BLESSINGS . . . Join the fun by posting at https://scenethat.wordpress.com/travel-blessings-photo-challenge/
Thank you! I’ll check it out.
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