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Green, Brown, Blue Hole
Sunday, Aug 5, 2007 from Morgantown, West Virginia
Posted: Aug 5, 2007 | 275 words | 0 Comments
WV Activity #1: Pile into Ryan’s Jeep and head out of town down a windy, poorly maintained road with nothing stopping you from rolling down a big steep hill. But once you get to the bottom and cross an awesome 80 foot high bridge you get to a parking lot and find that a few dozen other cars made the trek down to Blue Hole. The river is crowded by people in water with coolers and drinking beer, some people diving, some just resting in the water. We walked back through the woods where there was a smaller crowd and found a place to sit in between some rocks and chilled out. Even found a little snake to play with, well I didn’t, but Ryan and Graceson did.
What was absolutely disgusting however, is how much trash people left behind, all over the grounds. It was private property where some guy let people come and use his land to chill in the water. There was no respect for it. Piles of trash everywhere, it was disgusting that adults can’t pick up after themselves in a beautiful spot of nature. Get with it folks.
We came back for a chill night, it was good stuff. For the most part I stayed cool for the day. I can hardly stand to step outside. This is about as humid and muggy weather as I have ever seen. I’m outside for five minutes and I’m sticky and sweater. This is something a Yooper like myself just can’t acclimate to. So West Virginia is looking good, and hopefully with a little luck there will be a drop in temperature soon.