I took this shot back in July 2012 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
One day of the tour I havn’t got to blog much about… Cincinnati. I enjoyed the hell out of Cincinnati. There were a few cool antique malls, enjoying the cities “Purple People Bridge” was a blast, had a good lunch. But, Cincinnati also proved to be a nightmare of sorts. LOL. We had lawn seats to the Wiz Khalifa & Mac Miller “Under The Influence Tour,” and it ended up raining ALL night long. We’re talking downpours here. The concert was still a blast, and my girlfriend found a $10 bill on the way out to make it even better, but the rain didn’t allow us to snap any photographs. Should have bought a disposable underwater camera!
Cincinnati also brought, what is now known as, “green slime.” Mac Miller has a song/potential disc called “Pink Slime” which is where it originated from. I was dumb enough to slip on some green algae, etc.. on some concrete right beside the Ohio River. Almost fell in the damn river! Busted up my arm, covered in the “slime,” the whole nine yards. Let’s just say Cincinnati ended up not being the best city we traveled to. Well, the worst.
This is honestly just the beginning of what REALLY happened in Cincinnati. LOL. The stories are almost endless. Perhaps another day…
Nonetheless, THANK YOU CINCINNATI for the memories!
Here I am, sitting in my room at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino in Dover, Delaware. Thinking about the past 10 days that have been. We’ve been all over. Chicago, Illinois, St. Louis, Missouri, Cincinnati, Ohio, Nashville, Tennessee, through Kentucky, ALL over the place. We’ve seen many sights, met tons of people, had ups and downs, and above all else, had fun. We have so many memories that will stick with us forever.
Yesterday, July 29th, may have ended up being one of the best days of our journey. We were originally supposed to be spending it, which was also my girlfriend’s 23rd Birthday, in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. One thing about the road is this… plans change. Rehoboth was packed this weekend, and we had a problem finding a hotel last minute. We ended up finding one in Ocean City, which isn’t too far away. It’s funny, sometimes last minute changes end up becoming an experience which seems like it was meant to happen all along. We hit a few places for Happy Hour, the second being a place called the Bad Ass Cafe, which is right on the Boardwalk. Me and my girlfriend each had 4 or 5 drinks there, and a HUGE plate of nachos, and it only came to around $18. GREAT SERVICE, GREAT food, AMAZING place!
I have tons of stories and photographs which I took on this trip, so you can expect a lot of blogs well after we get back home late tomorrow night. I am a bit tired from the road, but already looking forward to the next leg of the OUP Photography Tour. For a while I’ll just enjoy the memories of this journey, but you can expect more travels for sure… THANK YOU SO MUCH for checking out this Blog, I appreciate it! I’ll leave you guys with some of my favorite photographs of the past day in Maryland & Delaware. I’ll be checking back with more content later in the week and beyond!