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Three Sisters Sunset Inn, McConnelsville OHThree Sisters Sunset Inn
1 review
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3840 N State Route 60 NW, McConnelsville, OH
(740) 962-3141
Found this little place on a spur of the moment trip and boy were we pleasantly...
Stockport Mill Inn, Stockport OHStockport Mill Inn
2 reviews
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The previous review on this site was when the Inn was under different management, so...
Lake Hill Cabins
Two cozy, clean knotty pine cabins bordering Strouds Run State Park are the perfect...
Hampton Inn Athens, Athens OHHampton Inn Athens
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Property Location Located in Athens, Hampton Inn Athens is in a rural location and...

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Katie R.Photos: 0Reviews: 1Member since: 2014
Malta Tire Shop
Tire Recap, Retread & Repair
Malta OH
"Got to them for years always friendly and great service"
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Bonnie M.Photos: 0Reviews: 1Member since: 2013
Greg's Auto Clean Up
Car Wash
Malta OH
"Very professional and at a great price. My cars always come out looking great. Highly recommend Greg's Auto Clean Up"
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Roger t. T.Photos: 0Reviews: 1Member since: 2012
River Queen Tavern
Taverns
Malta OH
"Date: July 28, 2012 The River Queen Tavern in Malta, Ohio has, for decades, been an established bar located on the Muskingum River next to the old bridge that spans the river between Malta and McConnelsville. It is steeped in the aroma of the river, fried food, smoke, booze and the lives of those thousands of patrons who drank there. The bar was one of the watering holes frequented by that wild and wonderful redhead, Marilyn Glanemann, of Corning, Ohio. Marilyn and her boozing friends, the river rats known as "Henry and Mike" and assorted other people from Morgan county were her pals in the late 1980's and early 1990's. While the River Queen was a starting point on Saturday night, Marilyn and her fellow drunks would end up at the FLYING SAUCER BAR (now closed due to the deaths of the owners Gary and Patsy Harbaugh) located at 6515 State Route 60 NW just north of McConnelsville. As of this writing the building is yet standing with the faded outline of a hand-painted flying saucer just to the right of the entrance for which the bar was locally famous. Mike lived just across the river from the "Saucer" on Old River Road and Marilyn would drive her black Ford Ranger truck to Mikes. They would then take a boat across the river to the landing at the Saucer and spend the night drinking, smoking and dancing. Later, they would cross the river back to Mikes. Driving home to Corning "three sheets to the wind" weaving on back-country gravel roads, and avoiding the paved highways, Marilyn never was stopped by the cops. Marilyn Glanemann died by suicide on October 29, 2009. Mike died from cancer in 1998. And Henry, the barfly from those old Flying Saucer roadhouse days, disappeared without a trace. For the rare and obscure reader of this post who may have known Marilyn Glanemann please know that she was cremated and her remains are buried in the family plot at Beech Grove Cemetery and Conn Church on Madison Township Road 435 in Perry county a few miles southwest of Corning, Ohio. Written by Tom Young ( Marilyn's Life Partner) Zanesville, Ohio Email: elkeye_riversalsa@yahoo.com "
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Greg's Auto Clean Up
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Malta Tire Shop
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