There’s a little town, a few miles south of us, that sits in a pivotal spot.
Situated between two major cities, with a vibrant railroad, the town has hosted dignitaries throughout its history.
Charles Kuralt, visited this town on November 14, 1975, and said, “If only a man could have lived long enough, he could have sat here, in the front room of The Golden Lamb, and — glancing up once in awhile — watched the whole history of Ohio pass by these windows.”
Sweet and Quaint, this town is. The bed were Charles Dickens lay, Ronald Regan, Harriet Beecher Stowe…
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