RailTrailsRoadTrip 2018 – Day 12 [Cincinnati/OH: Nati in a Nutshell]

Hello everyone! Sorry I haven’t posted in forever, but since I started my company Cincinnati Urban Adventures http://www.cincinnatiurbanadventures I’ve been crazy busy and my husband passed away almost five months ago. 😦 Anyway, here is a post by Pit, a fellow blogger and friend did about his experience on one of my tours. He and his wife stayed with my husband and I while they were in Cincinnati visiting. If I don’t respond to your comments, it’s because I’m still bogged down with selling things since my husband’s death.

Pit's Fritztown News

For this day, Sunday, May 27, we had planned to do a guided walking-tour of Cincinnati, “Nati in a Nutshell“: a walk of about 3 hours [well, two connections (and back) by streetcar], a short synopsis – so to speak – of this city, beginning in the “Over-the-Rhine” area [“Over-the-Rhine” because there used to be the Miami-and-Erie Canal which reminded the early German settlers of the homeland river, the Rhine, and which they had to cross on their daily trek to work and back] and ending in the Smale Riverfront Park on the banks of the Ohio River. This tour of Cincinnati – and some more with a different theme – are organized by “Cincinnati Urban Adventures“, with our host Sherry being the local Cincinnati franchise-holder. It was on her suggestion then that we had booked that tour. A first remark about the tour:…

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8 thoughts on “RailTrailsRoadTrip 2018 – Day 12 [Cincinnati/OH: Nati in a Nutshell]

  1. Shocking …and distraught to hear of your loss, Sherry. My wife Jeanne and I offer up our deepest condolences.
    Always looking forward to your posts, however. This particular one may result in a ‘real’ visit to Cincinnati to supplement two quick auto passes, both many, many years ago; and a couple of micro short stop-overs by plane.
    I love the images and words about the Roebling Bridge. I know of another across the Delaware between Pa. and NY; and of course have walked across the Brooklyn Bridge – been under it and over it in boats and planes, …always with camera in hand.

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  2. Sherry, You have been on my mind lately. I kept thinking that we hadn’t heard from you in quite awhile and I had hoped nothing was wrong. I’m so sorry to read about your husband. You are one of the strongest women I have ever “not” met. As you pour yourself into your new adventure remember it’s OK to stop for a minute and just breathe. You know you will get through this.

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  3. I’m saddened to learn of your husband’s death, Sherry. I realize that’s tough, especially as you’ve tried to get your business going. I hope all of that works out well for you. I was just thinking of your blog recently, so I’m glad to see you back on it.

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