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July 25, 2010 along the Loyalhanna Creek

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During this outing with our friends, we walked down from rte 981 to the Loyalhanna Creek. Along the trail we walked past groupings of rocks that were supposedly used by the Indians as shelter when they traveled along the river. You could see the burn marks from the fires that were built under the ledges. On the way back we past Paw Paw trees with Paw Paws hanging from them and saw many different ferns. Very enjoyable walk.

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