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January 05, 2010


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Thanks for including me in this excellent list of links. I'm off to read some of the others!

Dominique King

Linda-Hope you find something interesting on this list. I found some great stories this month :)

Becks Davis

I'll echo Linda and say thanks for including me. Plus I have lots of reading ahead of me to check out all the others.

Very interested to read all of them but the 20 wacky requests, Cleveland, and the Wayne State one are calling out to me!


Great links, especially like the Hocking Hills - amazing photos.

Dominique King

Becks-I had to include the Wayne State link...it was great to see Old Main looking so good as it was in pretty dismal shape when I went to school at WSU (no one wanted to have a class in Old Main at that point or get that station for your fundraising bagel sale--I did both). Last time I was in the building, they'd done a lot of work on it and it was really pretty nice.

Andrew-Thanks for stopping by. I love cool architecture and like to write about some of the buildings/structures I see on my travels. I really enjoyed reading your site's take on the museum and the pavilion in Chicago.

Craig Zabransky

Great to see Kirsten's blog make the list. Hocking Hills was a true surprise in so many ways. Who knew?

stay adventurous,

Sharon G.

Wow, what fabulous photos! I especially loved the "fiery lantern" shot. It really takes your breath away.


Dominique King

Craig-We've been down to the Hocking Hills area a few times, and we've never been disappointed. Great place to go and just chill, be outside, and enjoy some really beautiful scenery.

Sharon-Frankenmuth is fun. My parents just went up there this past weekend, and my dad was saying that the outdoor holiday light display was particularly nice.


Dominique, thanks for including eJourna in your list! We're flattered and very appreciative!

Dominique King

Ron-I love putting together these monthly lists as I find so many other cool blogs with articles about the Midwest.
I enjoy reading eJourna and thought people would enjoy your post about the crazy MN questions. Thanks for writing it!

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