Monday, January 26, 2009

Winter Cleveland - LIST!

Good monday morning Cleveland!
I am back in the swing of things this morning and ready to take on another week of everything Cleveland has to offer. After returning from Washington D.C....a whirlwind inauguration week, I am rested and ready to roll.

As I reviewed my posts for the upcoming week I paused to note that it's almost February...I feel like New Years was just yesterday. With winter almost halfway over (yippy!) there are a few chilly "to-do's" I must squeeze in over the next month...here we go!

Spend an afternoon of skiing at Brandywine - Sunday, February 1st is Learn to Ski Day (www.bmbw.com)

Clean out my closet (during a snowstorm) and maybe buy a new-old sweater from Ohio Knitting Mills (www.ohioknittingmills.com) or hand knit legwarmers from Cleveland Heights Esty Artist (http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=6278862)

Savor a large mocha from City Roast Coffee & Tea available at the Westside Market (www.westsidemarket.org)

Explore Mars and the stars at the Great Lakes Science Center (www.greatscience.com)

Hit the chutes at the Cleveland Metroparks toboggan chalet chutes. (www.clemetparks.com)

Snuggle into a booth at the Melting Pot (Lyndhurst or Rocky River) for pot of dark chocolate fondue with marshmallows & strawberries perfect for dipping. (www.meltingpot.com)

Prepare for spring by taking my bike in for a winter tune up. Even better, Century Cycles is offering a coupon good for $15 off your "bike Dr. appointment." (www.centurycycles.com)

What is your Cleveland WINTER to-do list? Fill me in! :)

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1 Comments:

Blogger Andrew and Crystal said...

Hi! I've been reading your blog since we moved back to Ohio from NYC. Thanks for all the great resources! I just wanted to say that the Ohio Knitting Mills storefront is in our old Brooklyn hood and every time we walked by it I got nostalgic for our home state. They have beautiful pieces and a great story.

Thanks,
Crystal

January 29, 2009 at 7:51 PM  

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