Day 19: Cleveland to Clyde. This was a short distance driving day. We had originally planned for Sal to go to the Cleveland Art Museum and I was going to visit the Crawford Auto and Aviation Museum. It was a glorious sunny day, so we decided to bag being inside for half a day and enjoy a drive on a sunny day instead. Good choice!
This part of Ohio has the most beautiful lawns we've seen on our trip. Folks obviously take a lot of pride in their property and their well-trimmed lawns are a reflection of that pride.
As we entered the town of Wakeman, the great stone bridge shown below caught our eye. Turns out it was an old railroad bridge that is preserved as part of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy project to repurpose old railroad rights-of-way.
The little park with the red roof gazebo was just to the west of the bridge/trail.
Finally made it to Clyde late afternoon after considerable wandering off and back on US 20.
We have an event at the Clyde Public Library today, hosting 15-20 local middle and high school students.
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