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End of Era at Table Rock

May 12, 2013

WHEELING — For decades, Table Rock Farm in Ohio County has been a curiosity for history buffs seeking a chance to walk the same woods and fields that the area’s settlers and Native American......

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rover1958

May-13-13 11:01 AM

daRAT - I cannot find a single map on the Internet to indicate that glaciers touched any part of the state of WV. More smoke blowing up our arse.

Can a human be this stupid? No wonder it's easy to blow smoke up his arse. duh! WV did not exist back in the Ice Age...but that age formed what is modern day Ohio and WV. Since daRAT grew up in Ohio he should perhaps google: 'The Ice Age in Ohio by Michael C. Hansen. I'm guessing Rat is a Bridgeport Bulldog Grad...knows about as much as a bulldog.

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daWraith

May-12-13 9:45 PM

Wienerdawg, I cannot find a single map on the Internet to indicate that glaciers touched any part of the state of WV.

More smoke blowing up our arse.

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Wheeldog

May-12-13 3:17 PM

Table rock appears to be a glacial erratic left over from a time when glaciers extended into the Ohio Valley region. The glacier carried large boulders and other debris dropping them at their furtherest points of advance and at other locations as they retreated.

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sonofsaf

May-12-13 2:09 PM

This picture is discernible evidence that Andy wants to ROCK and roll all night and party everyday.

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sounder

May-12-13 1:36 PM

I remember, driving to that farm, on those Sunday outings when we'd load up my grandmother for a drive in one of those "machines", her term for an automobile. Unlike the country side near our home in Harrison County, Ohio, which had been stripped for coal and then stripped again; the landscape near this farm was almost pristine. More like horse country in Maryland than near Wheeling with all that heavy industry. How vivid are my memories of the family,the view of that farm, my Dad's Dodge and those Sunday afternoon drives. A lot of Valley legacy and historical content will be disbursed at that auction.

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