carroll county ohio: Where's Coffy? (8) - 09/27/08 07:02 AM
Coffy will be going on an out of state trip again very soon, but he wonders if you can guess where he was when the following picture was taken?  The first person that correctly identifies his exact location will receive a gift certificate for Grinders Above and Beyond restaurant.
Check back often to see if a larger amount of background is shown in the picture.
For a clue, Coffy was somewere in one of the following counties in Ohio: Stark, Carroll, or Tuscarawas.
Certificate will be awarded to the first person that posts the correct location here in the comments section. The earliest documented comment time stamp will be used … (1 comments)

carroll county ohio: Where's Coffy? (4) - 09/10/08 10:25 PM
Coffy recently took a trip to the Great Trail Festival between Malvern and Carrollton, Ohio. Near the front gate he was delighted to see a herd of buffalo grazing in the pasture. It was a surprisingly relaxing day for Coffy, as he found lots of places to kick back and relax. First he was invited to sit in mountain man "Tired Bear"'s personal chair, and even got to sit on Tired Bear's lap to hear some stories about the early days. He took a quick nap in front of an Indian teepee, and met some new friends (wooden bears carved with a chain saw).



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carroll county ohio: The Great Trail - The Legend Of The Lost French Gold - 04/22/08 12:09 AM
Note: The legend of this treasure was first printed in the April 3, 1875 edition newspaper, The Minerva Commercial, Minerva, Ohio. (Historians differ on the exact time period. Some researchers suggest 1755, others suggest 1758. Down through the years the legend has grown, and new stories and theories have evolved. Some say it was an impending attack by Indians that triggered the burying of the gold, others say it was an impending attack by British soldiers. Historians have noted an advancing British army under General Braddock in 1755, as well as another advancing army under General Forbes in 1758.)
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