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This year has been quite busy here for us. We welcomed 2019 in California and have since traveled to five other states. Some of the trips were for work, some for fun and others to help family. Those trips meant … Continue reading
I just recently found out that scioto means (in some long ago Native American unspecified language) hairy deer. And what does that have to do with these images? Columbus is very big on art and artists and when the big … Continue reading
A great walk along the Ohio river can be found here at the Louisville Riverwalk and Waterfront Park. From my vantage point I could see right across to Indiana.
Yesterday after the rain stopped we went for a walk in one of my favorite local parks. Everything that wasn’t muddy or muddy colored was so green and beautiful. To have a moment to hike through the woods, listen to … Continue reading
When we were visiting DH’s old haunts in Boston one of the things he wanted to show me had to do with those wild and crazy kids from MIT (of which he is one – explains a few things I’d … Continue reading
The photos I featured yesterday don’t even begin to show how large the Columbus Arts Festival is considering all of the food vendors, music events, over 300 exhibiting artists and attendance numbers which reach into the thousands! The festival occupies … Continue reading
This is the view of the Rock House taken after coming down 53 stairs (shown in yesterdays post) and from the end of a bridge that goes over a stream before heading up a hill to hike behind and on … Continue reading
“Is not this a true autumn day? Just the still melancholy that I love – that makes life and nature harmonise. The birds are consulting about their migrations, the trees are putting on the hectic or the pallid hues … Continue reading