You, if ya wanna.
Walk around some near trees and stuff. I call it The Fall Hike. (Catchy, huh?)
About 10ish (in the morning), Saturday November 15th.
The Glen Helen Nature Preserve in Yellow Springs Ohio. (505 Corry Street if you want to drop them a line.)
I-70 west to US 68 south (exit 52A)
8 miles to Yellow Springs.
Left turn @ Corry Street (the northernmost traffic light in town, so if you can get from wherever you are to the northernmost traffic light in Yellow Springs, Ohio just follow these directions and you’re Jake.)
It’s a half mile down Corry to the parking lot on the left.
I-75 north to I-675 (that’s the I-75 bypass at Dayton)
I-675 to Dayton- Yellow Springs Road (exit 20 I think)
6 miles to Yellow Springs and the third traffic light is Corry Street. (It’s also the northernmost traffic light in town. What are the odds?)
It’s still a half mile down Corry to the parking lot on the left.
I dunno. I think you’ll just have to skip this one.
I-70 east to US 68 south. Then pretend you’re coming from Columbus. Or drive all the way to Columbus and start from the top. Columbus Ohio, not the pretender Columbus you have in Indiana.
When you pull into the parking lot, in front of you and off to the right is the Glen Helen Building and the Trailside Museum & Visitor Center (there are signs). Off to the left there’s a big rock in the field. There’s no sign, but it’s a real big rock. Meet there. (Unless it rains. Then this trip is scrubbed.)
Because walking around near trees and stuff is fun. There’s also a Raptor Center with a vulture that barks at you (really) and a covered bridge and a cave, and the spring that Yellow Springs is named for and a waterfall and Pompey’s Pillar that I’m not going to tell you what it is, but use your imagination.
Also, if you bring your own cup and a spoon, odds are good you’ll get hot chocolate afterwards.
With your feet.
Who is in?