Rocky Boots

18 Jul 19
News Directory

CHICAGO – The latest from an open day A big ten-year football day (always local): 5:25 p.m. It is never too early for some Ohio-sniping States. Sometimes after Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh was disturbed by former Buckeyes heritage, Meyer's Urban legacy, Jonathon Cooper was finally at Ohio's stage. Cooper was asked about a new co-ordinator […]

18 Jul 19
spirit80420

Alright, I’m gonna try this thing again, see if I can keep it up! A study in my own clothing addiction I know, I am addicted to shopping. I know I love buying clothes…and then hording them. It has become a problem. It has become a whole series of problems really. #1. The whole place […]

18 Jul 19
News Directory

The new two-stage voting process for all-star MLB 2019 location players has been completed. Firstly, a general election was held to select three competitors at each position in each league. These are the results. Select the second vote then the beginners at each position from the three finalists. The second vote was a 28-hour dash […]

18 Jul 19
Life in My Boots

Its Monday afternoon and we are on the road again. Cole is driving the semi pulling the cow pot while I follow with our trailer and the horses. We are taking the long way around to the other ranch in Pleasant Valley as Cole has not driven the semi much and he wants to practice […]

18 Jul 19
Ohio Smoked Meat & BBQ Festival

Don’t wait any longer, time is running out if you ever wanted to be an official BBQ judge? Don’t miss your chance! Register today! KCBS CERTIFIED BBQ JUDGING CLASS Saturday, July 27, 2019 Rocky Boot Grill45 East Canal StreetNelsonville, Ohio 45764 Registration – 8:00 AMClass Begins – 9:00 AM Registration Fee – $75.00 MUST BE […]

18 Jul 19
runningforthegate

Tuesday’s hike was amazing, wonderful and absolutely, totally fear factor for this gal! The rest of our merry band had no issues of course but this ‘scaredy cat of heights’ had to resort to full Gollum (crawling on all 4s) for a good hour+ … here are the details: We woke up in the morning […]

18 Jul 19
Dora's Thought Hub

I am just an average hiker and my stride is slow. If the hike is a challenge, then I am cocksure I get more sluggish. So when I asked my Batan Island tourist guide, Kuya Eyet, how was it to climb the highest point of the smallest and northernmost province of the Philippines, he said […]

18 Jul 19
Explores Inc.

It seems likes everything is bigger in the Sierra Nevadas. The highest mountain in the lower 48 states is in the Sierras. I think the biggest waterfall in the US is in the Sierras. And the biggest trees (by volume) are in the Sierras. While we were wrapping up our hike in Stanislaus, I asked […]

18 Jul 19
An Uncarved Block

Musical Interlude:  Teach You How to Sing Here at intermission, a brief note about the music of New York.  Friday morning(coincidentally, our anniversary), our group rose en masse and trotted down to a studio in the Times Square area.  The title on the group itinerary?  Broadway workshop.  Not sure what the means. We file into a wide room with a piano.  Because Earl […]

18 Jul 19
Donegal Farms

Our final full day on The Rock ☹ was largely eaten up by our 7.5 hour drive back to St. John’s. We got started early and said goodbye to our fantastic hosts at Pittman’s Hilltop Inn in Rocky Harbour after another fab breakfast (lots of jam, give me all the jam). If you’re keeping track […]