Sunday Afternoon at the Alum Creek Dam

We were out exploring Sunday afternoon when we decided to finally go take a look in the direction of the boat docks and ended up here.  Not quite sure where here was but it is in Delaware County, Ohio.  That’s about all I’m sure of.   It was a slightly chilly but still sunny and beautiful day and people and dogs were out.  There were picnics going on, couples taking pictures of themselves kissing with their iPhones, parents and children fishing or walking their dogs, and there was one amazingly cool person at the top of the reservoir who was doing barrel rolls with his remote controlled airplane.   You can walk along the top of the reservoir – which we did – after conquering the 115 steps up.  There was also one seriously into fitness training guy there who was doing the steps hopping and sideways.

I want to go back and have a picnic when the weather is a bit warmer and walk further along the path to see what was around the bend.  And to tackle those steps again without feeling like my legs were made of lead 😉

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8 Responses to Sunday Afternoon at the Alum Creek Dam

  1. DeDivahDeals says:

    This definitely would be a great place to be in the warm spring/summer sun!

  2. ChgoJohn says:

    That’s a nice area to spend some time in, Teri. I’m not so sure about those stairs, though. Are there any sherpas for hire nearby?

  3. Looks like a great place to take a picnic and a camera!! I want to go!

  4. dhphotosite says:

    Looks like a great place to hang out before it gets too hot…course there is the nearby water to splash about in.

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