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McMicken Avenue, Cincinnati

by | Jul 11, 2020 | bikecast | 11 comments







11 Comments

  1. Bill M

    Thanks for sharing your ride.
    Those old buildings are interesting. Most are one of a kind yet are reminiscent of some in Roanoke, VA and Harrisburg, PA. both where I rode bike often. I ride around Kalamazoo and do some exploring.

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  2. Bill M

    Meant to write: I should ride around…

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  3. Mary E

    Beautiful photos. Cincinnati has good bones – nice that the old buildings survived to this day.

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  4. Richard P

    Yes, the city has quite a few nice parks.

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  5. Richard P

    I agreed, with some trepidation, to serve for three years as one of two associate deans for the College of Arts and Sciences. I can continue some teaching and research while I do it. I won't be teaching in the fall, which is fine with me under the medical circumstances, and I have the chance to do some things that will help my colleagues at a difficult juncture. So I think it was the right choice.

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  6. Ted

    ..but you have a perfectly good Silver Surfer Tower to strap on them handlebars! :D

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  7. Mark

    That's definitely an inspiring looking area… lots to see and explore. I love the parts of the city which look that way.

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  8. DonN

    Great photos. I do love the architecture of your neighbourhood. Interesting to see the Rod of Asclepius atop the tall old factory block. Any notion of why it was there?

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  9. Richard P

    I think that's an intertwined B and T, but I don't know what they stand for.

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