Warning!!! I bothered to stop and take lots of photos today, and I'm posting them all. THE JOHN HUNT MORGAN HERITAGE TRAIL This ride came up as a response to another ride report. I had never heard of it before, and it ends about five miles from my house, so naturally, I needed to ride it. On the website, you can request a map. I got it and did my best to enter all the points into the GPS. Ended up with 52 waypoints programmed, and was right on track 98% of the time. After doing the ride, I'd say if you have the map and are good about watching for the trail markers, you could do it easily without GPS, but it was nice to have in spots. It MUST be done from west to east, as there are no turn markers visible going in the other direction. It only makes sense, as your following the route John Morgan took in 1863. GETTING THERE: For me, this had the potential to be the best part. Indiana 62 starts about twenty miles into Indiana, right off of US 50. I have ridden it many many times as it is the funnest way to head west from here. This was the first time I bothered to take pictures along the way.... the beginning: To hell with the deer, watch out for the cows!:eek1 Choices choices...(too far out to read, both of the roads are west routes, the upper one has the twisty road warnign marked 30, the bottom one is marked 20 : Those were al taken on the stretch from Dillsboro to Madison. It isn't nearly as fun(ok, it's boring) from there to I-65, and then piggybacks on I-64 for a short distance before heading off for more fun. Shortly after it splits from I-64, I turned south on Indiana 11. I didnt' stop for any photos along that part, but if your in the area, make sure to mark it on you to do map.