Muskingum Rest Stop

Interstate 70 Ohio.

Muskingum County was a hub of river traffic and is famous for the “Y” Bridge which was built at the confluence of the Muskingum and Licking Rivers. The county got its name from the Native American term , Moos-kin-gung meaning “a town on the side of the river.” Some claim the natives called it the “Elk Eye River.

Ohio flag is a different shape like a pennant


There’s a plaque on the face of the engine house with the 9/11 fallen heroes faces and names
“Dedicated to those who fell and to those who carry on. May we never forget.”

Originally posted April 2011

Still Standing”. The Seagrave Truck made in Clintonville, Wisconsin has an amazing story on the Ten House website. On the side of the building is the Bronze 9/11 Memorial Wall. The garage door was open part way.

You see the new One World Trade Center rising high out of the construction site.

There must be a hundred cranes.

Mary said someone from Hawaii must have been there-

a dozen leis dangling from the tripod that held a wreath.

Lots of people from all over the world,  taking photos.

It started to rain.

“Dedicated to those who fell and to those who carry on. May we never forget.”
Bronze 9/11 Memorial Wall

Added Sept 10, 2023“…Joseph Petrovics be engaged as sculptor, and, after some hesitation owing to the enormity of the task of bringing together all of the disparate views as to how to best immortalize the heroes of that day, he agreed to take on the task. Petrovics modeled in plasticine the model designed by Joseph A. Oddi, a delineator, who sketched his preliminary vision drawing upon recollections of firefighters meeting in Chief Meyers’s office. Full-scale models were made in plasticene. Negative models were made from the clay and used to make positive casts. They in turn were pressed into a mixture called “French sand” which created a mold in which the bronze could be cast at the Bidi-Makky Art Foundry in Brooklyn. The 7,000-pound bronze was moved in three parts to Manhattan on May 19.