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02/28/2011

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Rock

Hi Gayla! I'm a Columbus native. (Woo! Go Columbus!) Though I'm not super acivte in the local gardening scene I can point you towards the North Market (a farmers garden on Saturdays) in the heart of downtown. There are also several health food stores all over the city that shouldn't be too hard to find. I would also recommend seeing the Columbus Zoo, it's one of the best in the country! Please feel free to email me if you think I might be of assistance ^_^

Jennifer

The Golden Lamb in Lebanon! It's Ohio's oldest Inn still operating as a hotel. Not only is it historic, famous (12 U.S. Presidents have visited) and a fabulous restaurant...it's also haunted! www.goldenlamb.com

Madison

Frank Lloyd Wright's Louis Penfield House in Lake County, Ohio is a truly special place where visitors can get more than just a place to rest their heads.
http://www.penfieldhouse.com/

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