Carolyn's Daily Posts: 2011

June 27, 2011

Lady of the Lake



     Lady of the Lake…the name of a property on Route 30 west of the Borough of Ligonier, Pennsylvania. The property has a pond with fond historical memories for many Ligonier residents. I myself wrote an article on ice farming, an industry that occurred there.

     Thus, when I visited Lakeside, Ohio—founded in 1873 by the Lakeside Company and a Methodist Camp Meeting Association, and known as the Chatauqua of Ohio, I was amused to see the following sign on a cabin:

     I was wandering the streets looking at the different cottage names, of which many were interesting. Below are two more of them:


     Just one of the things I did with my camera while at Lakeside, Ohio, during my week’s vacation there.



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