The last of the photos from the Ohio trip

Here are a few odds and ends from our brief trip to Ohio a few weeks ago.

Marion, Ohio is about 20 miles north of Marysville. It is probably best known as the birth place of Warren G. Harding, the 29th President of the United States. This was his residence from 1891 - 1921.


A few miles away is the tomb and memorial of Harding and his wife Florence. The memorial resembles a Greek temple and is made of white marble. It was begun in 1926 and completed the following year.

The old Post Office in Marion is now a Historical Museum (and also the location of the Popcorn Museum).


The architecture of the public buildings as well as the private homes was amazing. This was a private residence that also had beautiful landscaping.

Back to Marysville and their beautiful court house - 


A memorial to war veterans was located at the side -

Venturing out into the county, this is the historic Mitchell Cemetery. We stopped here on our way to see the covered bridges.

Text and photos by Phillip Oliver, Dirt Therapy