In another few minutes of free time the other day, I decided to check out an abandoned railroad building I spotted recently. I originally thought it was an old station, but looking trackside, it didn’t seem to have a platform or track access. I concluded it was some kind of depot building rather than a station.
It would be a neat location for a photoshoot eh? Check out the pictures:
I had a bit of time to kill the other day and since I was in the area again, I decided to visit the Twin Creek Preserve. The area is a beautiful restored natural area in Sharonville where Mill Creek and the East Fork of Mill Creek come together. It’s a huge effort to help clean up Mill Creek and help restore some of the natural environment in this area that’s been destroyed by decades of devolpment.
I’ve been here before for a geocache, which is how I found the place. Since I’ve been here though a couple puzzle caches have been added.
I haven’t been doing many puzzle caches, but since I was here…
These were both cases of making up the final coordinates from information found on signs throughout the preserve. Pretty cool. Found them both. Check out the pictures:
One of the things Dee and I have been doing a lot this year, especially since my foot injury is keeping me away from water, is going to festivals. Some have been the typical relatively boring festival, but some, like Goetta Fest, really did it right!
When we go to a themed festival, we want to see real support of the theme, and Goetta Fest was everything Goetta! LOTS of different goetta options to try. Here’s some images from the event: