On the Way to Paxtons Grill


One of the advantages to living in the country is passing animals while driving to town.  Monday evening my husband and I went to Paxtons Grill in Loveland, Ohio and of course I had to stop to take photos of these cows!  The color of this first cow is so vibrant!

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I stepped close enough to hear this cow give his warning snort…

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This photo is actually from earlier in the day…but I wanted to share it…

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This barn/house structure is very cool!

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There is a another restaurant next to Paxtons Grill in Loveland called The Works.  Last year they expanded by adding on this train car for seating.

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We’ve finally arrived to Paxtons.  They have art on the wall…

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I usually forget to take a photo of my food.  My husband thought I was taking too many photos anyway!

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Upon leaving, I took this photo of the entrance to the restaurant.  I love when establishments have pretty outdoor lighting!

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13 thoughts on “On the Way to Paxtons Grill

  1. The cows are great, from my limited knowledge (I wrote a feature about cows last year for a stamop magazine, who says my life ain’t full of glamour) they look like what we call in the the UK a red poll and an angus, they may have different names in the USA

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  2. I sure don’t think you can ever take too many photos Sherry and from the looks of these beautiful images you did most of your photography before enjoying that glass of wine 🙂 This place looks captivating through your eyes and your images. Nicely done.

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