Landoll’s Mohican Castle

After selling the successful Landoll Publishing Company in 1997, Jim Landoll started plans on building the Landoll’s Mohican Castle. With no floor plans, they started building the structure one room at a time. The highest section of the castle sits 1200 feet on 30 acres of land. In 2002, the castle was opened to the…

Temple of Tolerance

Sitting on a 1 acre plot of land at 203 S. Wood Street in Wapakoneta, you’ll find on of the most interesting places in Ohio – The Temple of Tolerance. This is the work of Jim Bowsher who meant to find a way to help people have a haven. A place where they could reflect….

Pleasant Hill Dam

Pleasant Hill Dam was built in 1936 on the Clear Fork section of the Mohican River. It is located on the 783-acre lake Near Perrysville, OH. This man-made lake has a 113 foot tall earth filled dam and was constructed by the Army Corp of Engineers to protect the area from flooding. This area is…

Annie Oakley At Brock Cemetery

Born August 13, 1860, Phoebe Ann Mosey is world famously known as a sharpshooter and exhibition shooter known as Annie Oakley. Born 2 miles from Woodland, OH in Darke county, she was one of 7 children. Her father passed away when she was very young from pneumonia in 1866. She learned to shoot in order…

Famous Markers at Woodland Cemetery

Traveling in the Dayton area,  the navigator extraordinaire – Dani, found a very interesting place to visit. The Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum houses an impressive number of species of tree as well as a being the final resting place of a few famous Ohioans. The Wright Brothers and Erma Bombeck. Beyond the famously interred, the…

Cleveland Museum Of Art

The Cleveland Museum of Art is unlike any other art museums we’ve been. The original museum, dating back to 1916 has been expanded on to with a more modern wing. This leaves a large atrium area where you can visit the gift shop and lounge at a food court. Oh, and let us not forget…

The Gift – OneShot!

Location:  Cleveland Museum of Art – Large Room Just Past The Armor Court The Gifts.This was a gift to me, as I was fortunate enough to have walked into the room and saw this scene before me. I had the my camera hanging off my right hip. I immediately pulled the camera to my eye…