On our journey to Rhode Island, we stopped in Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Ohio before making our first night’s destination in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Cuyahoga Valley National Park is nestled along the Cuyahoga or “crooked river”, south of Cleveland and north of Akron. Despite being in a heavy populated area, Cuyahoga feels untouched and wild. We didn’t have too much time to explore (or ride the train) but were able to have numerous great views of the valley, river, and a cool waterfall – Brandywine Falls.
We did not find too many birds other than Turkey Vultures floating lazily by and Ohio’s state bird, the Northern Cardinal.
More updates of our trip as time allows!!
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Thanks for the amazing photos. I was just linked to this site via Mr. Tom. I’m glad he did.
Wow. Absolutely stunning! Hope you’re having a great time. 🙂