Since 2006, our local newspaper has conducted a digital Easter egg hunt. Columnist Joe Blundo creates 10 riddles describing locations in and around Franklin Co. OH where eggs have been digitally "hidden." Participants figure out the clues and send their answers to the newspaper. The winner receives a small prize. While not competing in the contest, my sister and I have had a lot of fun figuring out the clues and taking pictures at each site. We've learned so much about the amazing city in which we grew up. I do layouts after each of the hunts. This is riddle #8 from 2017. "Winnie Waymarker," my "travel troll" enjoys appearing, either in a photo or digitally added, on all of these layouts.
Monthly observations about the capital of Ohio (no, NOT Cleveland)

The Peter Pan statue and fountain at the Main Library in downtown Columbus OH is also known as the Lost Boy Statue, "to honor a child who never grew up." George Munson was 6 years old when he passed away on 4/8/1884 probably from one of the now-conquered diseases from that time period. His father Charles, a local businessman and civic leader, never got over the loss and, when he only had a few months to live due to heart disease, worked with city librarian John Pugh to commission the artwork. It was dedicated 5/18/1928 after Charles had passed away. It is the work of Mary Elizabeth (Mae) Clark, a gifted artist and plastic surgery pioneer, who was born in Chillicothe OH in 1864 and was the first woman to study ceramic engineering at The Ohio State University. Her work in facial reconstruction  helped over 500 soldiers disfigured during WWI. Her artwork was exhibited all over the country.

Boy of bronze with woodwind lifted,
To all Columbus children gifted
By a father grieving for
His little one who played no more,
Find this spot of coin trajection
In front of a lender’s main collection.
Peter Pan Statue and fountain in front of the Main Library
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