Monday, July 10, 2006

Home Again

Well, all good things must come to an end, and so it is with our stay in Cambridge. After a long trip through London and Chicago (and an even longer trip for Tom), we arrived back in Cincinnati. Our wonderful friends, Don and Sandy, met us at the airport to bring us home. Of course, first we had to eat at Cincinnati's most famous eatery:















Boy, had we missed it!














This was our first view of 'home' as we drove along I-75 into Cincinnati through the Covington 'Cut in the Hill.'















And while we're passing downtown Cincinnati, here are some of the sights. This is the Cincinnati Bengals football stadium, Paul Brown Stadium.














This is Cincinnati's skyline. The Ohio River separates Cincinnati, Ohio, from Kentucky.










Here is a picture of the Roebling suspension bridge (the precursor to Roebling's more famous Brooklyn Bridge). That's Cincinnati on the opposite bank of the Ohio River.














This is Great American Ballpark, also on the bank of the River, where the Cincinnati Reds baseball team plays.












In this picture you can see a few of the many bridges that cross the Ohio River, connecting Kentucky to Ohio.













Here's a peaceful view of the Ohio River, just south of the city center, at the Anderson Ferry.













Deb had a blast cooking with her old pots, pans, utensils, etc.
















Finally, we are settled in 'home sweet home.' Cheers all!

2 Comments:

At 10:31 PM, Blogger Br Lawrence, O.P. said...

Thank you for this insight into your life and home...

 
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