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Kelleys Island
Kelleys Island is on the Lake Erie Coastal Trail and on the National Historic Register of Historic Places. Fishermen refer to Kelleys Island as the Walleye Capital of the World.
The Jet Express and the boat's captain
The Jet Express
the boat's captain
The wake behind the boat was fabulous and even sported a rainbow at times.
Lee Duquette and Alex on the Jet Express to Kelleys Island
The wake bechind the boat
The wake bechind the boat
The wake bechind the boat
The wake bechind the boat
The wake bechind the boat
The wake bechind the boat
The wake bechind the boat
welcome to Kelleys Island
Lunch time
Lunch time
Lunch time
The two RV Gypsies rented a golf cart and their grandson drove the golf cart to the Glacial Grooves
Alex drove the golf cart to the Glacial Grooves
Karen photographing Alex driving
Alex drove the golf cart to the Glacial Grooves
an antique car on Kelleys Island
Glacial Grooves State Memorial sign
The glacial grooves are the largest glacial grooves in existence. Viewing these grooves scoured into the native limestone bedrock by the advancement of the Wisconsin glacier 30,000 years ago is a sight to remember!
sign explaining the glacial grooves
sign
Glacial Grooves are the finest example of glacial scouring/scoring in North America and probably the world. This glacial grooves is about 430 foot in length, 15 foot deep, 35 foot wide and is only a small sample of the grooves that at one time extended into the lake. The remainder of the grooves was quarried, burned to make lime, and sold for limestone. Since 1923 the site has been protected and maintained by various state protective agencies and groups, and is currently under management by the Ohio Historical Society.
The glacial grooves
The glacial grooves
The glacial grooves
The glacial grooves
The glacial grooves
The glacial grooves
The glacial grooves
The glacial grooves
The glacial grooves
The glacial grooves
The glacial grooves
The glacial grooves
The glacial grooves
sign
sign about the tributary
The deep grooves and markings were caused as the heavy glacial wall, which had rocks and boulders embedded in its base, moved south carving out the relatively soft island limestone. Embedded and very visible throughout the limestone is a multitude of fossils.
Glacial Grooves
Glacial Grooves
Glacial Grooves
Glacial Grooves
Alex at the Glacial Grooves
Glacial Grooves
Glacial Grooves
Alex and Karen at the Glacial Grooves
Alex at the glacial grooves
The Quarry
The Quarry
Kelleys Island State Park
Kelleys Island State Park Beach is not a large beach, and the water was pretty shallow. The deepest it got was maybe 5 feet deep, at least in the part of the beach where swimming is allowed. This is actually a bay off of Lake Erie, one of the five Great Lakes
Kelleys Island State Park Beach
Alex at Kelleys Island State Park Beach
the grandson of the two RV Gypsies at Kelleys Beach
Karen and Alex
Karen and Alex
Karen and Alex
look down
You may visit each of the three (3) sections below in any order you choose. The page you are presently on is not underlined and cannot be chosen from here.
Marblehead Lighthouse
Kelleys Island and
the Glacial Grooves
Put-in-Bay and the Jet Express
go to the next adventure of the two RV GypsiesAFTER you have viewed all three (3) sections above, please continue on for the adventures of the two RV Gypsies at Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, Ohio - See Karen and Alex ride Top Thrill Dragster - the third fastest roller coaster in the world and the second tallest roller coaster in the world (as of the year 2011)