Quick Travelogue

Last weekend Mr. M and I took a little anniversary detour, and I thought you might like the pics. We spent the weekend in Granville, OH, and spent one fun night in Columbus helping a girlfriend of mine celebrate her 30th. (No pics of that, sorry!)

To start with, the beasties know what suitcases mean, and they don't like them at all:
Anthony, in fact, can be very stubborn about it:
We got to Granville Friday afternoon, and checked into the Buxton Inn. Our room was, as they always are there, Fabulous:
We went to our favorite little gallery store, and Mr. M came home with a new friend:
We saw Lynn Nottage's play "Intimate Apparel." A word to the wise: if they get married right before intermission, the second act is not going to be happy.

Saturday afternoon, we spent a couple of hours strolling through the BioReserve:

Overall, it was a wonderful, peaceful weekend. I'd forgotten how just Going Someplace Else can rejuvenate me-- and us.


  1. I love the new friend! Cats are really against people vacationing aren't they?!?!?!

  2. What a lovely spot! And the room, the room... Glad you guys had a good time.

    Also, cats on suitcases. *giggles*

  3. Cute and pretty pictures. Thanks.

  4. yes, great pics! getting away is very therapeutic! I agree!

  5. Great pics! Looks like a wonderful trip. Milo, the king kitty around here, HATES suitcases as well! Blessings!

  6. The cats figure if they can't go they can send some hair along! Great pics, glad you had a rejuvenation.

  7. VERY handsome kittie.

    Glad you got away and had a good time. There's nothing like a change of scenery and time off.

  8. Oh, I love "someplace else!" Glad you had a relaxing time.


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