Explore Ohio

Ohio is full of so many wonderful places to explore.  What is your passion?

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Explore the charming square of Wooster, Ohio.

“Dine, Shop, Live & Play” is how “Main Street Wooster” promotes their Historic Downtown; and they couldn’t be more correct. Filled with history, charming shops and restaurants, beautiful main street views, this Historic Downtown has much to boast about.

Wooster was named in honor of Revolutionary War Brigadier-General David Wooster of Connecticut.

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Exploring Millersburg Ohio

One of my favorite things to do is explore Ohio’s small town main streets.  I love their charm, their architecture and their unique shopping opportunities. When planning my recent road trip to Ohio’s Amish Country, I decided to skip my regular itinerary for a point a little west of my normal stopping ground, a place I never seemed to find the time to visit, Millersburg Ohio.

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To all 19 covered bridges located in Ashtabula County.

Thank you for allowing me to spend time with each and every one of you. I will always remember the special sounds each of you made as I drove upon your timbers, the way the light streamed through your maze of wooden beam and truss patterns, the smell of your weathered woods, and the peacefulness you shared. Until we meet again.

This past year, I had the opportunity to take the covered bridge drive-it-yourself through Ashtabula County.  Although, I had toured the county previously visiting many of the area wineries, unique museums, sampling the local food, and enjoying Lake Erie sunsets, I never really took the time to hit the back roads of the county.

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Explore the charming square of Medina, Ohio.

If you have never taken a road trip to the picturesque town of Medina, which was originally part of the Connecticut Western Reserve area, then you are truly missing the opportunity to explore one of Ohio’s most charming squares. A definite Norman Rockwell painting. The county courthouse towers over one side of the square and the rest of the square is surrounded by mom and pop shops that offer an afternoon of shopping and exploring.

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A Trip to Fellows Riverside Gardens – Youngstown

The Fellows Riverside Gardens is a free public garden located in the city of Youngstown. The twelve-acre display garden includes a collection of seasonal bulbs, flowering beds, flowering trees and shrubs, and beautiful walkways; along with scenic views, a delightful garden shop, a gallery, a library, and a seasonal garden café .

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