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Sunday, April 22, 2012

Shawnee Lookout - Hamilton County Ohio Park

Good morning,

We visited Shawnee Lookout, a Hamilton County Ohio Park, in late January, just before we headed South to Port Canaveral. 
Shawnee Lookout overlooks the Ohio River and may be the largest continuously occupied hilltop Native American site in the United States.
The log cabin was brought here from Elizabethtown, Ohio, to be preserved here in the Hamilton County Park.
There's that handsome man with a camera again.
This area is used by individuals and groups for bird watching...
 ...and outdoor meetings and classes.

What a beautiful place. 

Enjoy,
Lois

16 comments:

Jan n Jer said...

Great place for many cool photo ops! Love that old log cabin!

grammie g said...

Hi Lois...Love your Iris just beautiful...
Thanks for showing another historical place ..so many interesting places you have shown in your blog over time that I will never see !!
Love that cabin !!
Grace

grammie g said...

Hi Lois...Love your Iris just beautiful...
Thanks for showing another historical place ..so many interesting places you have shown in your blog over time that I will never see !!
Love that cabin !!
Grace

Montanagirl said...

Nice...I'd be all for the bird watching!!

TexWisGirl said...

pretty cool, tall cabin. :)

Tammy said...

That is a beautiful place! I would enjoy some birdwatching there!!

Diana said...

I love the log cabin Lois and are you stalking that handsome man with the camera or what?! LOL!!
Love Di ♥

Maple Lane said...

I would love to visit here! The blue sky is an awesome backdrop to your photos.

Elaine said...

You have so many lovely parks in your area. The Iris in your header is just gorgeous. I wish I could grow ones like that here....

Betty Manousos said...

aw, that is such a beautiful place!
it just makes me want to go there.

i really enjoyed your photos.

hope you have a great week ahead!!

Bob Bushell said...

Great birdwatching area, cheers Lois.

NixBlog said...

Lovely series of photos, Lois! It still looks as though Spring has not arrived in full force where you are...

NixBlog said...

Lovely series of photos, Lois! It still looks as though Spring has not arrived in full force where you are...

HOOTIN ANNI said...

My husband would LOVE the historical part of the park as he is an avid reader of anything Native American. And I WOULD LOVE the birding area. Yes indeedy. Beautiful images.

Rose said...

I always see log cabins such as this and wish they were mine. Love getting to look inside when the chance permits.

Happy Days said...

The old cabin is wonderful!! I wonder how cold it was in the dead of winter. But, I guess if you kept a fire going all the time you'd be warm! ...debbie