We saw too many things on our fall trip to write about them all. Here is a selection of some that I chose not to write more about.
From Dublin, Ohio: Are these rabbits dancing because there is gigantic corn in the neighborhood?
Westerville, Ohio the one-time headquarters of the Anti-saloon League, is the home of prohibition. Now a fountain sculpture has water flowing from a broken barrel down both sides of a wedge dividing the bedrock of the nation. On one side are very good arguments for prohibition and on the other side very good arguments against it. The issues aren’t the same, but such a wedge monument seems timely.
The only gas station designed by Frank Lloyd Wright is in Cloquet, Wisconsin. Evidently it is what he thought gas stations would look like in the future.
We were lost looking for Teddy Roosevelt’s Elkhorn Ranch in North Dakota when we came across this “man” carrying a bale of hay – perhaps to these lazy sheep.
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Date of our visit: various days in September 2018