We had another restful night here in John Bryan State Park. Today, we are one of two campers. Talk about quiet! The only thing we hear is the chitter of one bird and the caw of a crow.
The shelter house is a bit from here, but you can see how nice the area is. The park is located on the Little Miami River. In addition to camping, there is rappelling, rock climbing and mountain bike trails.
We are going to Clifton to visit the Clifton Mill. The mill is one of the largest water powered grist mills still in existence. The first mill at this site was built in 1802 by Owen Davis, a Revolutionary War soldier and frontiersman miller. The mill was built in it's location to take advantage of the natural power of the concentrated water funneled into the gorge.
This is a photo I captured from the Internet. We are looking forward to touring the mill and having our lunch there today.
Lunch is over and we are back on the road exploring the back roads. The mill was a nice place to visit and to have good food.
Gas has dropped forty cents a gallon since we came in on Friday! Now, that is a very good thing! Good ole Gas Buddy made us aware of that. He's truly our buddy.
Since we boondock / drydock some of the time, we are always looking at ways to conserve our electricity and have been considering LED lights.
I have looked at them while visiting camping world, but keep wondering if we need to purchase new light fixtures. Have any of you out there had experience with the lights?
Well, we are off towards Cincinnati...I wonder what we will see next?
For now, be safe out there and..........