David Johnson's Travel Blog
Bicycle Trip 1999
Okefenokee 2002
Anza-Borrego 2003
Texas 2003
Road Trip West 2003
Sequoia National Park 2004
Hiking Florida 2005
Nomadic 2005
Bicycle Trip 2009
Bicycle Trip 2010
Nomadic 2010
08/21  Plan B
08/22  Mystery and Eagles
08/26  Bowels of Security
08/29  The Haunted Outhouse
09/02  I crossed the Mack
09/04  Shopping in Michigan
09/04  Ford
09/05  Kentucky
09/05  Tennessee Memories
09/09  I still cannot pronounce Dahlenoga
09/10  Not all that glitters is gold
09/12  Begging turtles at Magnolia Springs State Park
09/24  Two weeks in Bluffton
09/25  Camping on Jekyll Island
09/26  Sulfur water coffee
10/01  "It was crazy all them gators."
10/03  Blue Ridge Parkway
10/04  What part of Wisconsin are you from?
10/05  Linville Falls
10/08  A little bit of color
10/09  Crunchy, Grunty and Stompy wouldn't let me sleep.
10/09  Last day in Shenandoah
10/14  Colorful
10/23  The Empire State
10/27  Back South Again
10/30  Kentucky Again
11/03  (pictures)
11/05  (pictures)
11/06  (pictures)
11/13  (pictures)
11/14  (pictures)
11/16  (pictures)
11/17  (pictures)
11/23  (pictures)
11/24  (pictures)
11/25  (pictures)
11/26  (pictures)
Little Bicycle Trip 2011
Wisconsin Bicycle Trip 2011
Bicycle Trip 2011
Nomadic 2011
Kayak Trip 2012
Nomadic 2012
Liverworks Productions
Nomadic 2013
Liverworks Productions
Texas Pig Hunting
Bicycle Trip 2014
Bicycle Trip 2015
Biking West 2015
Chickens and Pheasants 2016
Biking About 2016
New Zealand 2016
Kayak Trip 2017

Back South Again

2010-10-27

tl;dr: Heading south through Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Nothing to see but power plants.

Work is calling me back to Florida, so I am heading south again.

I spent the night in Allegheny National Forest. I happened to pick a remote back road with some proven unofficial campsites. It was a very quiet night with no cars driving by at all. I also didn't see Bigfoot, which was somewhat disappointing. I had read someplace that this was a good place to see one. A full moon let me look around all night, too.

I stopped in Pittsburgh for a couple days to get some work done. I decided to bike around the city using the many disjointed bicycle trails. There was lots to see, including views of the city over the Ohio River, two cats in a bicycle trailer, a couple of probable hookers, and an amazingly muscular Indian (the oh oh ho oh kind) walking a complimentarly sized Great Dane.

After a day or two of rain I kept on south into West Virginia. What can I say about West Virginia? Well, the only thing I can say for sure is that it has a lot of power plants. It was end-of-month, so I didn't have a lot of time to goof off. I parked my self in Parkersburg and worked out of a motel for a couple days.

By the way, the trees down here have turned color. They are a very consistent shade of brown.

Pittsburgh


a coal barge on the Monongahela River


West Virginia power plant


another West Virginia power plant


yet another West Virginia power plant


coal I think


this power plant might be in Kentucky

contact me at le@liverworks.com
< 2010-10-23 The Empire State 2010-10-30 Kentucky Again >