In a time long ago, before tweeting, texting, Facebooking, gaming and 350 channel TV, this was a hot spot on the West Fork of the Little Kanawha River.

The Mose Hole would be packed with dads and their kids fishing for bass, muskie or catfish, even smaller fish, or the whole family would be preparing to take a dip in the over-your-head water.

The spot, located near the long-gone Village of Richardson, still has a few visitors.

The "Mose Hole" name, according to legend that spans back to the 19th Century, is related to a giant, non-catchable fish named Mose.

It is now open, peace and quiet.

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