Franklin Park Conservatory – The Revisit Part 1 – Some New Stuff

It has been a while since we have gone into the facility known as The Franklin Park Conservatory. Quite a bit has changed, especially on the outside part of the park grounds. Inside, the different biomes are still there, with most of the same plants there as we remembered. The connector between the gift shop…

Wagnalls Memorial Library

On Columbus Street in Lithopolis, sits a very unique architectural structure. In 1925, Mabel Wagnalls Jones dedicated the building to her parents. The building was designed by a local Columbus architect names Ray Sims. The majority of construction workers and materials are Lithopolis native. Several additions were done over the years, in 1961, 1983, and…

Gallant Farm

COVID19 is still a reality. We are doing our best to try and venture out when and where we can, thinking of the safety of others as well as ourselves. We made the trip to Delaware county and one of the parks in the Preservation Parks system. Gallant Woods Park and Gallant Farm. We started…

Amberleigh Neighborhood Park – One Shot

Our first time at Amberleigh Neighborhood Park in the Dublin Ohio area. There we went down to the kayak launching area and found this exposed, intricate root system. It is not often you get to see this natural wonder!

Racial Equality Artworks in The Short North – Part 3

This is the final video in this series. This video is another section of the Short North area on High Street in Downtown Columbus. There was a smaller section east of downtown that I had not had a chance to fully cover and was able to get there. STRONGER TOGETHER.

Racial Equality Artworks in The Short North – Part 2

Almost 2 weeks after the protests and property destruction in downtown Columbus following the wake of the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police, we took a walk through the Short North Arts district – a section of the city that took a lion’s share of the damage. This video is another section of the…

Racial Equality Artworks in The Short North

Almost 2 weeks after the protests and property destruction in downtown Columbus following the wake of the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police, we took a walk through the Short North Arts district – a section of the city that took a lion’s share of the damage. Walking from High High Street and Goodale…

Rock City Church’s March To The Ohio State House

Today, June 7, 2020 – Rock City Church organized a march through the Short North Arts District to the Ohio State House.They promoted a message of strength and healing during this difficult time. They spoke to the crowd (estimated to be between 500 and 1000) for about 20 minutes and disbursed as quietly as they…