Muddy water, plenty of well-traveled mud holes, and a lot of beauty. That’s what I found during my day-trip to southern Ohio.
Sure, it’s a famous goth haunt full of history and spooky stories, but it’s also a fun place to spend the afternoon with good friends.
Some summer exploration with Brian, my oldest and bestest friend.
My good friends have provided me a place to live and work in Dayton. This will be my new home for the next while. So let’s make it vibey!
A guy’s gotta eat, right? Many thanks to my new housemate for teaching me how to make perfect pan-fried salmon.
Downsizing is easier when you have so little room to carry your things!
The Cricket has become my mobile habitat and moving van.
We’ll pick things up once I arrive in Dayton, Ohio – my old (and now new again!) home.
Happy Birthday, Aaron!
(Yes, that’s Aaron in the Deadpool outfit…)
On my way out west, I stopped in to visit my oldest and dearest friends. Here’s Brian in the kitchen (above) and Anna staring down Skully McSkullkan.
They took me to Bill’s Donuts, which (aside from the flannel-wearing hipster) had been preserved in a time capsule.
The old Little League photos are still hanging in the entryway! (They even have the same amount of dust I remember from the 80s.)
Make no mistake, we feasted on Bill’s Donuts into the wee hours.
They introduced me to one of Dayton’s newest and finest products. It is delicious.
And of course, there was a stop at Marion’s Piazza.
Once again…time capsule.
Lots of famous Gregs love Marrion’s!