1922 Coffee & Brew is a coffee shop, cafe and cocktail bar located in Painesville Ohio with a rustic speak-easy kind of feel. It was opened in may of 2018 as a new business attached to the owner’s already established tattoo shop, Catch 22 Tattoo. The owners wanted to create space for the community of Painesville to come and hang out and feel at home.
Cleveland Curiosities is located in Lakewood Ohio. It was started by a couple who says they have been collecting oddities and selling them online for nearly a decade. They have been based out of Cleveland since 2014 before they made the decision to begin their own brick and mortar oddities shop. It is the premier… Continue reading Cleveland Curiosities
Brant’s Apple Orchard is one of Ashtabula County’s most popular fall destinations. Brant’s has been well known for years their apple cider, but more recently they have opened to the public for some fall fun. So get ready take a stroll through their picturesque rolling hills of over 20 varieties of Apples!
Affelder Falls is a hidden gem in Ohio that was not always so easily accessible, as it would formerly require hiking off-trail and upstream from the Affelder House. In 2016, the Geauga Parks system constructed a quarter-mile long waterfall trail, which conveniently connected the Affelder House to the Affelder Link Trail, passing directly over the falls.
Oak Openings – the largest of the Toledo Area Metroparks. Oak Openings serves as a nature preserve, and is located between Whitehouse, Ohio and Swanton, Ohio. The park is part of the Toledo Metroparks. The park sits on 5,000 acres, and was once named one of the 200 “Last Great Places on Earth” by the Nature Conservancy.
The Marblehead lighthouse was built in 1821 by William Kelly. The lighthouse took 11 weeks to build with the help of 2 other workers. The first lighthouse keeper was Benajah Wolcott. After Benajah, the lighthouse was kept by Ida Lewis – the first female lighthouse keeper in the United States. The lighthouse has had sixteen keepers in all. The US Coastguard is now responsible for the maintenance of the beacon.
The Gildersleeve mountain, at its peak sits 593 feet above Lake Erie, and 1,163 feet above sea level. Its northern slopes transition down the Portage Escarpment to the Erie Plain. The Sharon Conglomerate ledges are a huge part of this, offering incredible views as you will see below: