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... t see volleyball taken that seriously in Tasmania or with that level of crowd participation so that was an interesting experience. Afterwards, I went uptown and had a hotdog from Mike's Hotdog Shack, a small shop that seemed to focus more on selling beer and cigarettes than food, in fact he even seemed surprised that I ordered one! I then met Donelle, one of her fellow students and a few university staff members after their lecture had finished at a renowned Athens pub which brews its own ...
After an uneventful drive we got to Athens and Donelle's apartment for the year. I spent that evening and the next day taking it easy while she attended to her study commitments. Donelle's apartment is part of a big complex in a quiet new estate on one of the hills that surround the town. The town itself is built around the old university, on the banks of the Hocking River and set amongst heavily wooded low hills. These ...
... the incorporation of the Athens Block in some of the pieces. Not to mention that I have a soft spot for using textiles as a medium. The following links will take you to the websites of some of the artists from the exhibition:
Liz Alpert Fay
Anna Baddeley Keister
Art seems to pop up in the most interesting places, such as in the underpass as pictured.
... all of the signs to get to a lake that is unreachable! What kind of a game is this Ohio? Watch the tourist go in circles??? Not fun.
So then we decided to go and look for the little town of Baltimore, where Christi grew up. Low and behold, It's there!!! Well Glory Be!!! Since we didn't have her old home address at the time we settled ...
... there is a lake here. We never could find it, or its beaches. There is a huge berm all of the way around the lake so you can't see in. Not that that would make much difference with all of the houses set about a foot apart from each other and up against the berm. Strange. Then again, we are in Ohio so what else should we expect, right Christi??