About half way there, my daughter noticed signs for Serpent Mound. Did I mention I bought a new camera that she instantly fell in love with? She took one hundred pictures. Here are a few.
She thought the Amish buggy sign was fascinating. I have to admit I've never seen one of these signs either.
I remember going to Serpent Mound when I was in 5th grade. Fifth grade teachers still make a big deal of it. Serpent Mound is an American Indian burial ground. The dead were buried with mounds of earth over them. The whole thing is shaped like a serpent. It's a very cool concept, but definitely seemed larger to me when I saw it as a child.
If you click on the last picture, you should be able to read the history of Serpent Mound and see the full picture of the serpent embedded in the ground. I imagine a very artistic American Indian planned this out and jotted the design in the dirt with a twig, someone a lot like my daughter.