Category Archives: Animals

Central Park’s Sheep Had A Swanky Home

When Vera Bradley fans shopped for additions to their collection between July 1990 and January 1997, one of their pattern choices featured squirrels, rabbits, deer, roosters and unicorns scampering through a colorful bed of flowers on a black field. It … Continue reading

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Warren Harding’s Fishing Gear Shows The President Was One Serious Fisherman

“What’s the best benefit of an Ohio History Connection membership?,” I asked in the informal poll I took as I indulged in the buttercream frosted shamrock cut-out cookie from Cheryl’s that my boss gave me for St. Patrick’s Day. One … Continue reading

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I Wonder If You Will Ever Know How I Loved Seeing Sagamore Hill, Even With All Those Hunting Trophies

On September 30, 1918, an exuberant fellow got off the interurban electric railroad known as the Columbus, Delaware and Marion Railway and walked east on Granville Road in Worthington to this house. He had spent the day in downtown Columbus … Continue reading

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Ten Reasons To Fall For England’s Lake District And Northumberland

In October, the scenery of the Lake District in England is beyond compare. “The brilliant and various colors of the fern are then in harmony with the autumnal woods; bright yellow or lemon color, at the base of the mountains, … Continue reading

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Willow Takes Care Of Weeping

She’s cute, outgoing, and caring. Walk into a room where she is, and she comes right over to meet you. She makes you feel welcome and special, and she’ll sit next to you as long as you’d like her to. … Continue reading

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