Sunday, November 18, 2012

Shawnee National Forest in Illinois, Chicago, USA

 
It was named from an American Indian tribe who once lived in the place. In fact, "Shawnee" means "southern" in the Algonquian language. It views with the vast hills and dense forest in southernmost Illinois between Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. It is where North and South and East and West display a rocky formation and natural views.

The glacial runoff packed with ice and stone carved out the place's interest. This view more such as the Little Grand Canyon. There is the River-to-River Trail that goes through Battery Rock on the Ohio River to Devil's Backbone Park in Grand Tower on the Mississippi.

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