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Section Hiking Family (BT)

Last October, my family and I got our 15-kilobytes of fame over at SectionHiker.com as a featured section hiker of the Buckeye Trail.

From the post:

Why do you keep coming back to the Buckeye Trail?

Now that we know what we're looking for, it's not uncommon to spot a blue blaze passing through a town or see a signpost on the edge of a forest showing where the BT is passing through. So much of our day-to-day life is spent within just a few miles of this trail that we thought we'd explore where it leads.

The BT seems to link up those areas in Ohio that are still wild and unspoiled (or growing back). It's possible to start a hike in the middle of town and very quickly enjoy un-peopled woods and fields. And, with the Cuyahoga Valley National Park so close to us (and the BT running down the middle of it), it's just something we need to do.
Head over to Section Hiking Family: The Giffords to read the rest.


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