Saturday, December 23, 2006
As unlikely as it seems to be saying this, I think it may be time for a road trip to Cleveland.
Purpose? To visit the "A Christmas Story" House. The wood-frame house in Cleveland's Tremont neighborhood has been restored to how it looked in the movie. It's now open to the public for tours. They even have the "major prize" illuminated in the window.
CNN and NPR and the P-G have already been there. Marylynne Pitz of the P-G called the house "a kind of glowing, Midwestern Taj Mahal."
(Photo from achristmasstoryhouse.com which credits Scott Shaw of The Plain Dealer via the AP.)
Posted by Paul Snatchko at 1:15 PM