Coloring Easter Eggs 1880’s Style

Background:Easter has come and gone, and we have our current traditions.  Some though, go back further than you might think.   Ever think about how they might have colored Easter eggs in the 1880’s?  Did they even do that back then? Impression:Slate Run Historical farm shows us what life may have been like for a…

Cleaning Up The Hay In The Fields – Circa 1865

Written / Photography Andrew Livelsberger  What’s that?  Not enough hay in the loft!  Let’s go back to the field and get some more! Background:Slate Run Metro Park while a fantastic local park in it’s own right, also houses the wonderful Living Historical Farm.   We visit their quite often as there always seems to be…

Bob McDorman Car Museum

Written By: Andrew LivelsbergerPhotography By: Andrew Livelsberger Background:Nestled in among the other buildings on Waterloo Street in Canal Winchester, OH is a relatively new museum.  Bob McDorman has taken his love of cars from a dealership to a car museum.  The Bob McDorman Auto Museum houses classic favorites as well as new renditions. Impression:When first…

Train Depot, OP Chaney and The Prentiss School

This park and historic location is located in Canal Winchester not far from the old Town Hall building. Panorama showing all the items of interest.From left to right:The Prentiss School building, O.P Chaney and Sons building, railroad cars, train depot Here, you will find some unique structures.  Detailed information on these structures can be found…