Since I wrote last, I’ve gone to an event at the Cincinnati Zoo called Blooms and Tunes. The Zoo is filled with tulips and there’s live music.
I also led a hike and went on another hike at Spring Grove Cemetery and Devou Park.
I went bicycle riding with a friend and had a bite to eat afterwards. I went to another friend’s home for dinner one evening.
Last night I took my brother and his wife to Playhouse in the Park in Mount Adams, next to downtown Cincinnati. They have a brand new theater and we saw “A Chorus Line”. It was their Christmas gift.
I have a second date this evening for dinner and then to see the butterfly exhibition at Krohn Conservatory. Hope everyone is enjoying the spring weather.
The 85 mile long Ohio & Erie Towpath Trail runs through the Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Ohio (near Cleveland) and I have to admit I didn’t know there was a National Park in Ohio until a couple of months ago! When I found out, I decided to see it as soon as possible. I planned my three day itinerary after booking an Airbnb. Located less than four hours from my house near Cincinnati, I began my adventure bicycling 21 miles along the trail from the Big Bend trail head in Akron to the Canal Exploration Center trail head closer to Cleveland, and then took the Scenic Train through the Cuyahoga Valley National Park back to my car. It’s only $3.00 for bicyclists to ride one way! There are 13 trail heads within the Park.
As you can see, the trail is beautiful! There’s construction going on between the sections of Big Bend and Botzum and not much scenery, so I would begin in Botzum.
I bicycled day before yesterday, a Wednesday, so there weren’t many people on it, which was nice.
The Beaver Marsh area is really cool…didn’t see a beaver though.
There were frogs and turtles…
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Family Reunions are a time to reconnect with relatives you haven’t seen in a while, eat good food, and participate in fun activities! That’s what my family did yesterday. Here in the country that means you go for hayrides…
eat massive amounts of food…especially desserts prepared by my Aunt Colleen…
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