Super dig these maps by Herb Lester Associates.
S’been rainin’, a lot.
One bite. Then I put it back in the bag.
If you ever ate at Mullanes back in the day in Cincinnati, you’ll be thrilled to know it lives on in spirit (and many menu items) at Ruth’s Parkside Cafe in the American Can Factory building in Northside.
Start with the beet salad and end with the gooey butter cake. As for what to pick for the main course? My favorites are the catfish, beans and rice with chicken or chorizo (ask for hot sauce), and the airline chicken breast.
Great food, super nice folks, comfortable atmosphere.
A new favorite of mine.
The nice weather is beginning to stick around. Good for plowing the fields and enjoying an evening out on the town.
Once again I’m reminded that our parades would benefit from more extravagant floats. But that didn’t diminish the weather and vibe of the Findlay Market Opening Day Parade for the Reds.
In trying to figure out why I get so behind on posting photos, I realized it always happens about June of every year. I can pinpoint the first big lapse on a roadtrip with my mom in 2011. There was so much awesome going on that it was hard to keep up. So I’m attempting to identify these gaps in time and fill in the good parts.
This holiday to Acadia National Park in Maine is one of my favorite trips. I pulled all the photos together and made a book to give to my mom.
Below are a few of my favorites, but you can also view all the photos from our road trip.
The birch trees at Walden Pond
Delicious popovers with strawberry jam at the Jordan Pond House.
Gorgeous Acadia National Park.
A trip to Celia Thaxter’s Garden on Appledore Island.
It’s not over! View oodles more photos from this road trip.
First warm weekend day of the year and it was time to wash off all the road salt from our cars. A very satisfying task.
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