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Thursday, July 24, 2008

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Chris Callahan

Somewhere, Yogi Bear is drooling. That's one big "Pic-a-nic basket".

John Gushue

Hey, Boo-Boo!

It would have been hilarious if there had been a bear or some relic of Jellystone Park nearby ..

liam665

The Longaberger Basket is about 10 miles from where I live--did you happen to pass through Granville when you were here? (And you're sadly right about the bone-melting humidity.) Anyway, I've been reading your blog for a few months now and it was a pleasant surprise to see my neck of the woods featured. Next time you're around you'll have to go see the Big Muskie too (not a fish, but a big old bucket):
http://www.roadsideamerica.com/story/2184

John Gushue

We actually were in Granville for the above-mentioned wedding. Very nice town.

Mark

I have a blog about the area, with many links if anyone is visiting to see The Longaberger Basket at http://newarkohiolinks.com.

Mark

Newark, Ohio has it's economic problems, but it's packed full of history. We have the Octagon and Circle Mounds too. They are wonder of the ancient world. Black Hand Gorge and Flint Ridge are cool too.

You should see the inside of the giant Longaberger Basket! It's hollow on the inside with offices only skirting the outer edges. It's really impressive to see.

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