Ohio — who knew?
Apparently, there’s some great driving to be had in… Ohio. Initially we were skeptical, too, but one mustn’t forget that part of Ohio – the southeastern part – shares a border with West Virginia, and the driving in West Virginia is very good indeed. Not surprisingly, it’s the southeast part that comes recommended:
Hocking Hills State Park loop (374 -> 56 -> 664) – looks like a short but sweet sixteen mile drive:
Marietta to Woodsfield drive (676 -> 26 -> 145) — this one is the much more epic of the two— 120 miles and approximately 3.5 hours of what appears to be seemingly endless corners:
Anyone have experience with either of these two drives, or southeastern Ohio driving in general?
Hat tip to the buff books for shining a light on this heretofore-overlooked part of driving country. We’re filing these away for later.