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... into the woods and a few steps in I spotted a blaze on a tree and the vague remnants of a trail. This section of trail had obviously not been maintained which wasn't surprising given the lack of footpaths and parking on the road nearby. I also later discovered the brochure was printed in 2008 so considerably out of date. I followed the blazes through open forest as best as I could to the top of the hill where I found the maintained tracks and several joggers. The woods opened ...
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.
We decided to take the day and REALLY search for the lakes in the area as well as the city that our friend Christi grew up in. No problem, right? HA!
We took all of the roads the signs say to go on and drove in circles for what felt like hours. Nothing! Turn around and find our way back.
This is twice now in two days that we ...
... 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??