Value Place Cincinnati (Sharonville)
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... t know would be the case -- learning about US geography along the way! I arrived in Cincinnati in time for dinner and then we watched old home videos and looked at old pictures which was a great time.
Eight to nine hours seems like a long time to drive which truthfully it is a long time, most people complete a full work day in that span of time. And to sit in the driver's seat of a car and to be attentive and alert for that long seems like a while. On this ...
... we head back the southern route again hoping to be home by October 2!
Today we are packing all the things we have put out on the floor and in our "staging area" which turns out to be my office aka Erin's old room. Hopefully, we'll be able to get this all in the car. For anyone who knows us, or more specifically me, overpacking is a given! We will ...
... excited to be going to sleep in this very comfortable bed and not having to set an early alarm.
The rest of my drive today was actually very fun. I jammed out to the Dixie Chicks CDs my mom burned for me. They totally have been helping me get through the last stretches of my drives each day. I saw a Michigan plate that said "READ2M" which I thought was a really awesome plate. Could mean a few things but I took it as "read ...
... somewhat reflected artistic taste in an especially conservative city
like Cincinnati compared with cities with more avant-garde views.
Especially interesting is the museum’s Cincinnati Wing whose
galleries are filled entirely with works by artists from Cincinnati and
depicting scenes from the city and its environs over two centuries. The
paintings, sculptures, and decorative items like furniture and pottery are like
a lesson in local history.
... Taft family (not the original owners) and displays the personal art collection of Anna Sinton Taft and Charles Phelps Taft, the president’s half-brother. One interesting event that took place there was William Howard Taft’s acceptance of the Republican nomination for president in 1908 on the house’s portico. I suppose that must have been before presidential candidates attended and made speeches at their parties’ nominating conventions.