Every year the newspaper in my sister's hometown has a digital Easter Egg Hunt for 10 days prior to the holiday. My sister and I have not only collaborated to come up with the answers to the riddles, we've also photographed each place to create scrapbook pages. It's a LOT of fun.
An embarkation point on 40
Twice caught fire and-OH, Lordy
Flooded too, but now looks fine.
Asian flavored in design,
It’s a rank-and-file HQ
And our final egg site, too.
ANSWER: The Toledo & Ohio Central railroad station, 379 W. Broad St., was built in 1895 in a distinctive pagoda style. It survived fire and flood and now serves as the headquarters of the Columbus Firefighters Union.
Credits: egg: "Baked with Love", Connie Prince, GottaPixel; Template by Katie Pertiet, Designer Digitals; "On the Go", The Kit Cart; "Life in Color - Project 2014 March", Connie Prince; clipart from web.