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The Wind Chime Shop

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The Wind Chime Shop
One of my favorite shops in the area is The Wind Chime Shop. They have wind chimes in every size, shape and price range, more than 2000 to be exact. Also located right next door is the Christmas Treasures Shop and The Candle Shop. All three stores are jam packed with lots of unique items to take home and remind you of your visit to the Hills.
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New Website at HHTA

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New Website at HHTA
The Hocking Hills Tourism Association has a new website design that has been updated. And this includes their mobile design as well. Both are new and improved. They even have updated their domain name from 1800hocking to explorehockinghills.
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Paul A. Johnson Pencil Sharpener Museum

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Paul A. Johnson Pencil Sharpener Museum
While you visit the Hocking Hills Regional Welcome Center stop in and take a look at the Pencil Sharpener Museum. The collection of over 3400 pencil sharpeners was started over twenty years ago by Rev. Paul A. Johnson. The museum is open during the regular hours of the Hocking Hills Welcome Center.
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Cedar Falls State Park

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Cedar Falls State Park
Cedar Falls State Park        Early settlers in the Hocking Hills Region mistook the towering hemlock trees that surrounded one of their favorite waterfalls as cedar trees and hence forever more we will call these falls “Cedar Falls”. The falls plunge 50 feet into a pool below and at one time in the 1800’s a grist mill was located just above the falls. Picnic areas are located just a short walk from the falls. Cedar Falls is located one mile west of State Route 664 South on State Route 374....
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The Budget Watchers Report for the Hocking Hills
The "Budget Watchers" report was created because of my upbringing by two parents who were raised during the depression. They taught me to be very frugal and those lessons were well learned.
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