Quality Inn Gallipolis
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Leaving Hocking Hills to travel to Touchstone Center for Crafts, I had 150 or so miles to travel. Well...I put on 275 miles on an excursion to see some covered bridges. It was a crazy trip. Most of the road was in great shape, but top speed for the day after I left Athens, was 25mph. This was a goat trail ...
This was my second visit to Donelle's apartment in Athens and the main thing that had changed was the scenery. The first trip was at the end of summer and the landscape was quite lush, however this time it was the end of winter so all the trees in the forests surrounding the town were bare, which made the landscape quite bleak and grey. There had been light snow in the last few days so ...
... her apartment I crossed over a busy intersection that offered no consideration for pedestrians (not uncommon in the US) to try and find the start of the trail I'd seen on a brochure into The Ridges park. The Ridges (AKA Athens Lunatic Asylum) was a mental hospital dating back as far as the American civil war and reportedly one of the most haunted places in the country. It was also situated on one of the heavily wooded hills surrounding town. I couldn't find the start of the trail so ...
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.