We've had tremendous weather here in Ohio: sunny and warm with no humidity. So, last night, we headed to Rock Mill Park in rural Fairfield County, near Lancaster. The site is being developed by the Fairfield park system and is unique for having both a nineteenth century grist mill and covered bridge of similar vintage. The water power for the mill was provided by the Hocking River, at a point where it's particularly narrow.
While we were there, a photographer was snapping pictures of a young woman who wandered barefooted in the shallow water. They'll probably be part of her portfolio of high school senior pictures.