Once upon a time, a prospector named Jethro traveled from the east in search of fortune and happiness.
No stone was left unturned. Hard work, perseverance, and his ornery
mule #7 brought him to the land of the Horseshoe Curve and scenic
mountains. There, between Chimney Rocks and the Wopsononock, he
found the Plateau of Fairway, the Lucky Stone, and the end of his
Jethro's claim was never rich in minerals, but grew from the
wealth of friends attracted to his Allegheny Hide-a-way. They were
entertained with good food, fine drink, and pleasant service at
Jethro's Home on the Hill. As they left for lands afar, each
pilgrim touched the Lucky Stone to share in Jethro's good fortune.
Ol' Jethro still provides the best of Allegheny Mountain
hospitality, and travelers stop to touch the Lucky Stone every day.
Each guest is welcomed in the same way as did the prospector on the
original claim, way back in the beginning. He hopes Jethro's- The
Place for Ribs and Steaks will become your favorite landmark-and