Sleigh on Inn’s veranda

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As you approach the

Outside of the Inn,

You will note a

New Orleans style

to the building.

I wished to share

the old fashioned

sleigh up on

the veranda.

Wouldn’t it have been much

more exciting to see it

up on the rooftop?

What public buildings

or interesting exhibits

have you seen lately?

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32 responses »

    • I sometimes write poetry, sometimes describe the photos with a detail included. I just loved this place so I went a bit overboard, Cindy. Thanks for your kind words.
      Hope your Christmas was a fantastic holiday with quiet and loud moments. πŸ™‚

    • This was great how you could see some reminiscent features in this Inn and the New Orleans architecture. I liked the sleigh and was entranced with the interior of the hotel/restaurant. It was nice to see more than what I had seen before, Mike. I also like to demonstrate how Ohio has some interesting places. πŸ™‚

    • Thank you, Jill. Hope you enjoyed your Christmas. Mom and brother are watching the Cleveland Cavaliers basketball game while I try to catch up on my replies. (We are losing against the Golden State.) Hugs, Robin

    • Good point, Dan. No matter where you may see this sleigh it is a nice sight. I haven’t seen many in my life, in person.
      Our town on First Friday in October and also, again in December, offers free hay rides around town. I went on both of these “tours” and with hay to sit on and a blanket~ the sights are fun. πŸ™‚ A sleigh ride would need snow to glide on, though. . .

    • Thank you, Natalie for getting excited about this well kept sleigh. I imagined people getting photos but did not go up on yhis porch to see if allowed. Would be quite a fun time to ride in the snow, I agree! πŸ™‚ β™‘β™‘ Sitting under the stars as gliding across the snow would be amazing experience.

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