I'm kind of sheltered, you see. I mean, I've been out of Ohio before. Twice. And one of those times, we weren't even supposed to leave Ohio. My dad ended up taking a wrong turn when looking for a hotel in Cincinnati a few years back, so we ended up in Kentucky. And I went to Indiana once. I don't remember why.
I've never seen the ocean. Or actual mountains. So, when I saw the rising hills on the edge of the Appalachian Plateau, I was in love. In fact, I loved it so much that I didn't want to leave and we hadn't even found our cabin yet. I had never seen anything so beautiful.
We stayed in Glouster, Ohio at the Burr Oak Cabin, which, might I add, is absolutely gorgeous, and totally affordable. I believe it's $100 per night for 6 to 7 people. Not to mention, the owner is super friendly and helpful.
The beauty of the place is unreal, especially from the cabin itself. It's tucked back in the woods, and only a stone's throw from Burr Oak Lake. From the deck, you could see the lake glistening through the trees.
|This is a picture from the side of the cabin.|
|Another photograph looking into the woods from the hammock.|
|Looking over the back deck.|
|A beautiful hawk.|
|Little log cabin.|
|C with a dunce cap in the school house.|
|A slithery snake. *Shudder*|