On the ferry at Put-in-Bay
On the way back from South Bass Island.
Almería, Spain might have something to say about that claim. However, Crystal Cave is very impressive, whatever the claims may be.
Marblehead Lighthouse is "the oldest, continuously operational lighthouse on the Great Lakes."
The Marblehead Lighthouse was built in 1822.
After the s'mores . . . a contented look upon Dudeboy's face.
The impressive statue of Custer in Monroe, Mi.
Monroe County Historical Museum in Monroe, Mi. has quite a collection pertaining to Custer, including the original headstones for Custer and a few others that were originally located at Little Big Horn.
Greenfiled Village. Whatever you think of Ford, it is pretty admirable that he had the forethought to save, collect and move this stuff here. Granted I would much rather have seen these old buildings preserved in their original location, but based on the decisions of the powers that be, many of these structures probably would not exist today. Above, is part of Edison's Menlo Park.
The world's first Industrial Research Laboratory at Menlo Park.
The Wright Cycle Shop.
War of 1812 encampment.
In search of a couple of Toynbee Tiles in Cincinnati*. Unfortunately, they had been paved over. However, we did not suffer a total loss as someone had placed a copy-cat tile with a different message. The Toynbee Tiles always had this message . . .
TOYNBEE IDEA IN MOViE `2001 RESURRECT DEAD ON PLANET JUPITER
And there was usually attached a smaller tile with additional cryptic blathering.
The above copy-cat tile states:
ONE MAN VS MEDIA'S HOUSE OF HADES WHO WILL PAY FOR ALL THEY HAVE DONE IN SOCIETY '2011 PUTRID PATRICIANS
I highly recommend you seek out the 2011 documentary Resurrect Dead: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles.
*The link I give for the Cincinnati tiles is outdated. All are no más.