July 29th, 2015
Up up up. To the top of the ridge. To the middle of nowhere. To Broadwell Hill. Site of a locally famous cave where generations of Federal Hocking high school students reputedly converged to party, drink the local moonshine, produce original cave art and conceive the next generation of revelers. I can confirm none of this, but I am told.
Just below the hilltop lives Kathy Jacobson who with the assistance of several helpers over the years has built this self-sufficient homestead , learning center and monarch butterfly waystation. A 65 acre sustainable forest farm and sanctuary for conservation, education, carbon sequestration and forest products, 22215 Mayles Ridge Rd Stewart Ohio. http://www.broadwellhill.org/
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