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In the heart of Lancaster,Ohio we have Zane Square featuring a fountain purchased in New York City with funds raised in the 1890s by a group of local women.
There is a lot to see on and near Zane Square. One can Pick up a cassette tape or a map at the Visitors Bureau or Shaw's Restaurant & Inn, both right on the Square.
“Lancaster remains a picture-postcard perfect Midwestern town, from the compact historic district to thriving Main Street. It has managed to survive, in part,” CLICK to read more by Susan McKee in her article for Road & Travel Magazine.
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Joe Todd & Linda reporting from the Square in Downtown Lancaster,Ohio. Yes that is General Sherman in the background and we are all going to head over to Shaw’s Restaurant to get something to eat.
What a cute little couple!!!!!! AND---whether it's winter or summer, the town square is the place to be!!!!! Thanks for sharing...
I love the summer/winter comparison. Have a good rest of the week!
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How cool to see the summer AND winter shots, Joe!
I love fountains and this was great --- summer and winter!
Wonderful post with this comparison.
A lovely fountain, Joe! Cool to see it in summer and in the winter.
Such a tall elegant fountain! Looks stunning both with and without snow!
Beautiful fountain. I especially love the second shot. Thanks for sharing.
That's quite a beautiful fountain. What a few women can do when they put their minds together!
Thank you for posting both summer and winter at the fountain in the same post. They co-exist in our world and while you are enjoying short sleeves, here Down Under we are rugging up with chattering teeth.
That is quite an attractive fountain Joe!
It was intersting to compare the seasons.
i just love fountains!
You guys write such great posts about your home area as well as your travels. Always something new and different -- I love it.
Those cartoons, I haven't seen them since I was a kid. That's a looooong time ago.
Like you summer and winter contrast.
nice comparison of the seasons :)
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