Monthly Archives: January 2009
You too can visit the Center of the World right here in the Buckeye State. It’s located in Trumbull County near the intersection of State Route 5 and State Route 82, just west of Warren. Reportedly the Ohio Department of … Continue reading
The Mount Summit Inn on the old Lincoln Highway near Uniontown, Pennsylvania, has closed it’s doors. The rustic inn with the breathtaking view has been visited by US Presidents from Warren G. Harding to John F. Kennedy. The owner of … Continue reading
We take a look at fun in the snow in my article in the Saturday, January 24th edition of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. We show you a place in Troy Township in Geauga County that offers old-fashioned horse-drawn sleigh rides … Continue reading
We are starting a new feature: Remember When? Each week we’ll revisit some interesting or timely event or destination. I hope you enjoy this feature and will offer your own suggestions for other items in this category.
If you are interested in history there is a unique tie-in to the inauguration of Barak Obama as the first African-American President of the United States right here in northern Ohio. It was 1855 and John Mercer Langston, an African-American lawyer had … Continue reading