Pardon yesterdays dust. It was a travel day and quite frankly I was just dead tired and when I’m that tired, I don’t trust myself to write anything but let’s recap why I was so tired because I want to tell you about the rest of my trip.
Above is the Kid’s apartment after Mom and I helped him get it all set up and organized. Take a close look because I’m pretty sure it will never be that clean or organized again but I believe in miracles so you never know. (Also, that’s my Mom in the picture and it’s her birthday today so Happy Birthday Mom!)
After all the working on the apartment I was craving some Go and I wanted to see the city and the kid really wanted to show us around so he took us to German Village.
The homes were beautiful, unfortunately we didn’t have a chance to try out any of the local businesses. I really wanted to try out this one:
We also visited a park in the German Village. Schiller Park.
I snapped this pic as we were leaving because I love the homes that surround the park but don’t be fooled by my lack of pictures, the park was gorgeous and has an outdoor stage for theatre which was pretty cool. I was also stoked that I caught an electabuzz while I was there.
Next we drove through the Italian village for a few seconds but not long enough for me to snap pictures or form a real opinion. We had limited time and the kid really likes Victorian Village and Clintonville and since Mom and I had already stumbled upon the later one we decided to visit Victorian Village.
I’ll spare you my gajillion home pics and share with you a picture of the park that we visited. They had an awesome running path which was the first thing I saw. The park is the Scioto Audubon Metro Park. Apparently there is an obstacle course and all kinds of things but we were pressed for time and didn’t have time to see the entire park.
Last we drove through the OSU Campus.
There will be no pictures of the stadium. The kid wanted me to take some but let’s face it, I’m a diehard Tennessee Volunteer regardless of the fact that I live in Florida. You will never see another stadium picture on this blog, Ohio State or otherwise. In my opinion, that’s treason.
After all the parks and OSU we headed back to the Kid’s place and I had to say goodbye. It was a sad moment but I’ll go back in a few months.
Sometime that afternoon on Sunday Mom and I hit the road for Knoxville so that I could visit my brother and sister for a bit. Driving through Cincinnati we saw the random rubber ducks again.
I googled it and found out it’s for the Rubber Duck Regatta which provides meals for hungry children. They should do this in every city. Besides how cute is it to see this while driving along:
After a harrowing drive through Kentucky in which we almost got crushed by a rogue car on a trailer we rolled in to Knoxville and I got to spend some time with my brother and sister.
We left Knoxville pretty late and ended up back in Cleveland sometime around midnight. See, I told you it was an exhausting trip! That didn’t deter us from getting up yesterday morning and hitting up the mall before I had to get to the airport because, Priorities!
And at around 3:30 in the afternoon on Monday I was on a plane headed home.
I’ll be making quite a few trips back. Obviously. For now, it’s time to try and get back on schedule and get caught up because we have a storm on the horizon. I think it’s called tropical depression 9 or something like that. If it gets a name then we’ll worry.
Have you ever been to the German Village in Columbus?
Who is your favorite college football team?