Tuesday, July 5, 2011
If you drive northwest of Columbus for about an hour, you'll come across this little town called Sidney, Ohio. Aside from having a famous bank designed by Louis Sullivan (boss and mentor to Frank Lloyd Wright), it has a little diner famous for it's fried bologna sandwich, and the outskirts of town are littered with all sorts cool industrial buildings, grain elevators, and other funky little diners. I love grain elevators. And diners famous for friend bologna sandwiches, even if they are closed for the Fourth of July. Don't you?