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Growing up next to Pike State Forest I recall the summers setting out with my brother, sister and brown paper bagged lunches. Always an adventure wondering where a new path would take us.
Photo of Pike State Forest by Amber Ball
Because he who seeks beauty will find it… Always
Eddie, thanks for the memory. Mom, Dad, Judy and I must have invented “staycations”. It was not unusual for Judy and I to arrive home around 3 pm and told to change clothes. We were going to Pike County Forest for a picnic. Mom would have slowcooked a pot of green beans, new potatoes and ham. It was a refreshing respite from school and work.
That sounds amazing! So happy my memory helped clear the way for yours! Thanks for sharing.
Sounds like my idea of a perfect day. Hopefully you could eat that lunch by a stream or lake or waterfall.
It does sound great! I know how much you love nature! You’d be at home in Pike State Forest!
The tower always scared me because I am afraid of heights. I remember going there and everyone would always climb the tower – not me.
I remember some us would go climb it drunk… Not smart!!!
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