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I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me. God be with you, my friend, and I hope you enjoy my photos! -Malcolm

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Thanks not1word. I'm glad too, I just wish I could witness them more often. This was my home, but I've since moved away, and still miss it greatly.

Thanks, greetings from the States!

Thanks Malcolm! I just wish I could have seen it at sunrise or sunset. But as the 15-25mph winds at the top gave us a windchill of about -12 F even at midday, I'm sure it would have been dangerously brutal at those times.

Thank you! To be honest I don't remember. :-P It's been a while since I took these photos. The thing I do remember was that it was a beautiful little town. It must have been a very nice place to live.

Awesome...I like this. It's a very American sight! Greetings from Virginia. -Malcolm

2fingers, I again appreciate the thought you put into the location suggestion, but I'm certain that this was taken on PA-350, not on US-220. I remember the intersection of PA-350 and US-220. Again, I appreciate the thought, though. -Malcolm

Text of the Historical Marker:

Home of Jack Warhop

Babe Ruth's first two major league home runs, 6 May and 2 June 1915, were hit off pitcher, John Wauhop, 1884-1960, at the Polo Grounds, in NY. Wauhop, playing under name of Warhop and "Chief," played for Highlanders, who became the NY Yankees, Sept, 1908-1915, compiling record of 69 wins and 93 losses for .426 avg. Born on Powleys Ck, he played for Hinton C&O RR Team.

Thanks a lot lazerman! It took waking up a few hours before I usually do to bag this shot, but boy was I glad I did.

This is in Ashland Co. Ohio the building in the picture is J&F Bargin Center. They are closed now



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