The Random Views of Ohio Counties continues with Fairfield County. This county is the transition from suburban Columbus flatlands to southern Ohio rolling hills.
Rock Mill is a restored grain mill in a park, but with Covid it was closed.
It appears the field in the foreground was soybeans this year, but corn last year – with a few left overs regrowing. They look as though they have been left behind from the rest of the corn in the far field.
Random views of the countryside, most with an abstract approach.
The largest city is Lancaster. As you approach town from the east you pass the vintage Skyview Drive In Movie Theater. With the social distancing the drive in movies are making a comeback, but the Skyview has been there since 1948 (old photo is from their website)
Downtown Lancaster is comprised of almost all 100 year old buildings. This one has not only been well restored with ornate details, it has a couple of great ‘ghost signs’ on the side.
An old shoe factory is starting to come back to life.
The county fairground’s famed round barn.
Normally this time of year the fairgrounds is getting ready for the big event – the county fair. Not this year – just vacant grandstands.
Fairfield County has one of the largest collections of covered bridges in the country. This one is located on the community college grounds.