AMERICAN DUCHESS CRUISE: SMALL TOWN SCENES

One of the enjoyable things about river cruising is having the opportunity to visit small towns we would normally not get to see otherwise.  They aren’t destinations we would choose to dedicate an entire vacation to visit, but spending a few hours in some of these towns gave us a good feel of what life is like in other parts of our country.

The following are some scenes of Point Pleasant:

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Wall murals are a common site along the Mississippi an Ohio rivers.

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This is Marietta, Ohio:

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The corn was completely drenched in butter before being served.

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“Corn Hole” is a bean bag toss game.

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Cheeeeeese!

Our final destination for the cruise was Pittsburgh where we spent a few days before flying home.  I haven’t even looked at those pictures yet (and will be otherwise engaged for awhile), so check back at a later (undetermined) date for posts!

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