Our real destination for today's outing was Wellsville, OH, birthplace of some people very important to us!
Entering the north side of town, you cross a flag and flower-bedecked bridge over the Little Yellow Creek:
Muralist Gina Hampson meticulously painted the wall to look like bricks:
Panels showing local landmarks and events have been added since 2005.
A panel showing the DeVere House, a stop along the Underground Railroad:
A bottle (named for its shape) kiln used for firing pottery and ceramics:
322 (?) 10th Street:
The Episcopal Church of Ascension (1101 Main Street at Eleventh Street):
The Immaculate Conception Catholic Church:
We wanted to go to the Busy Bee, famous for chicken wings, for lunch:
Nick's Pizza has school spirit:
The former Liberty Theater:
Wellsville's oldest bell was found in the bell tower (since removed):
Kent sitting out on the patio overlooking the railroad tracks: