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Sunday In The Country

Today, my pal Jerry Bayha and I spent the day mapping the route for the 2012 Pick ‘n’ Putt Run at the Fur Peace Ranch. We started out at Millie’s in Middleport, Ohio with a hearty breakfast at people’s prices.

The old barn next to Millie's

The old barn next to Millie's

I don’t to give anything away about the upcoming run… but we picked some beautiful roads. Coming out of Lake Hope State Park, we make a quick stop in Zeleski, Ohio and took a couple of pictures.

The glory that was Rome

The glory that was Rome

The old town... lurking in the afternoon sun

The old town... lurking in the twilight

We logged in about one hundred and thirty miles, covered four counties and had a wonderful ride in a beautiful part of the country.

The road home

The road home

Great Sunday in the country… hope you all had a good one too!

  1. cyndy consentino
    August 19th, 2012 at 21:45 | #1

    Dear Jorma,
    Nice way to spend a Sunday! Glad you enjoyed the ride:)
    Be Well,
    Cyndy

  2. Ben
    August 20th, 2012 at 17:19 | #2

    You guys haven’t picked a substandard route yet… Are there any in your neck of the woods???
    Thanks!

  3. tom
    August 20th, 2012 at 18:22 | #3

    looks buetiful what a sunday
    i was camping with 300 people from long island ABATE like you always say great people food and music tom

  4. Jerry Bayha
    August 21st, 2012 at 09:10 | #4

    Jorma,
    Not to give away too much, but actually we were in 6 counties…..Meigs, Athens, Washington, Morgan, Hocking & Vinton counties.
    Jerry

  5. August 21st, 2012 at 20:53 | #5

    OK everyone… this introduces you all to my bike riding buddy Jerry Bayha… Jerry is a stickler for accuracy and here he is busting my you know whats… Well… when wrong, promptly admit it. I was wrong… Jerry is right. Six counties it was… and as for the ‘road home,’ I took a little artist’s license here… I’m looking in the opposite direction from home in this picture… Of course I could have gotten home that way… via Robin Hood’s Barn. Now it’s an entry of rigorous honesty!

  6. johno
    August 22nd, 2012 at 11:36 | #6

    is that anywhere near the Ohio indian mounding. i knew of indians or whoever that contructed a series of mounds in ohio. from the air they resembled serpents. The name Zaleski rang a bell from college – 30 years ago. boy how time flies

  7. Ellen
    August 22nd, 2012 at 12:29 | #7

    @johno
    We were just down at the Ranch and visiting family across the river in Williamstown and Parkersburg, WV. Visited a historic mansion called Henderson Hall and they had Indian mounds there!

  8. August 24th, 2012 at 21:58 | #8

    Just came across your blog. I always loved your music…and it’s so nice to get a glimpse into the life of a living artist. Thanks for putting it out there.

  9. carlo pagliano
    August 27th, 2012 at 07:49 | #9

    Thanks Jorma.
    Persuaded into Persuasions.
    It’s so cool to get up early on a sunny working Monday and lead off into such a lallation for the Soul.
    Thanks again Jorma, Ripple is in my heart since the times and to sing along is a thrill not to be missed.
    A great morning to start me up with.
    Always grateful, always Great Jorma!