“Ol Black Water”

A visit to the East Fork of the Black River in the Grafton area of Ohio, brings to mind the Dooblie Brothers song Black Water – “Old black water, keep on rollin'” That song referred to the mighty Mississippi river.

This picture of Ohio’s Black River was taken in March while walking in a park and taking the path less traveled. The East Branch and the West Branch eventually meet up and then empty into Lake Erie.

I will get back out there and take an updated picture soon. In the mean time, may the moon (whether it is the Mississippi moon, Black River moon, or some other moon) keep shinning it’s light on you and make everything all right.

Published by Michele Kearns

A widow determined to "scatter joy" (Ralph Waldo Emerson) worldwide by providing support and encouragement to other widows.

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