Tremont Tuesday

Last evening was the per­fect evening to be out­side. So I hopped on my bike for a nice leisure­ly ride, in­tend­ing to ex­plore Ohio City. I nev­er made it out of Tremont. I ran in­to Lou Muenz, com­ing from the Lincoln Park Pub and their $1.25 taco night. We rode around the neigh­bor­hood a bit, caught sight of Steve Goldberg, and Lou told me lots about the his­to­ry of Tremont. For in­stance, many of the shots from A Christmas Story were shot on Thurman street, and he told me the ex­act lo­ca­tion of the house from the same movie. He in­tro­duced me to a cou­ple of his friends who were chill­ing in the park and then I took off again for more rid­ing. Of course, I al­most im­me­di­ate­ly saw a sauced democ­ra­cy guy who told me to meet him and George at the Southside for beers in a bit. To kill time I went to Scoops where I talked with the scoop­ers. Then I ran in­to Sandy who want­ed me to put up a new fo­rum top­ic on Tremonter for her Garden Club. After that I hit the Southside to meet up with George and Tim. They nev­er showed up, but I watched a few in­nings of the Indians game and had a Nosferatu [which was too hop­py for me] and a Guinness. Then I rode my bike home.

6 thoughts on “Tremont Tuesday

  1. Shalom Adam,

    And did you re­mem­ber to put the sign on your fridge?


    I’ll be at Metro Joe’s af­ter 3 p.m. or so. Hope to see you there.



  2. Shalom Adam,

    Oh sure. Abandon your friends for some sup­posed fe­male.

    sniff Have fun. Don’t wor­ry about us, we’ll be OK, some­how. sniff



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