This might actually be in Lyndhurst, it is right on the border.
Pride of Chagrin Falls, Ohio, the recluse Bill Watterson gave us ten years and many books of wonderful pleasure. First syndicated today in 1985. Sadly, I lost my entire Calvin and Hobbes library (among other things) in the great South Euclid flood of 2020.
Someday hopefully I will rebuild the collection, but for now let us enjoy Calvin meeting Hobbes for the first time.
Having bad luck with vehicles lately. This is as close to a classic “grandma” car as you can get, 2013 with only 63 thousand miles on it. Pretty good little car for the kids to learn to drive in. The problem is it has just a tiny little nine volt battery in it. Tonight, it was replaced, not for the first time (the battery, not the car).
No gaming group this Wednesday because, life happens.
Another to add to the collection, a pretty small cemetery in Willoughby Hills, this is Maple Grove Cemetery.
I had to go into the office today. I discovered a new feature on the camera on my phone called Ultra-Res so I wanted to try it out. Here are the views from the Keith building in Playhouse Square looking West, North, East, and two looking South. They put up a new apartment building across the street so our view South isn’t as fun (or sometimes it is much more fun!) anymore.