Memories About Mount Vernon Avenue

If you are like most of us, traveling down memory lane has become more of an occurrence than anything else. We travel down memory lane when we think about our childhood, food prices before COVID, and the housing market. When I first started driving at 16 years of age, gas prices were $1.06. Matter of fact, I remember paying $0.99 per gallon one summer. Those were great days, whether or not we knew it was another thing.

Today, we are traveling down memory lane to discuss a well known area in Columbus, Ohio; Mount Vernon Avenue. I would like you to post your memories below about Mount Vernon Avenue and what you remember.

A Stroll Down Memory Lane

Here’s one of the reasons you should consider reading Mount Vernon Avenue. This street is a representation of unity, culture, and a stroll down memory lane. Grab a copy at The Metropolitan Library, Indie Bound, Books-a-Million, The Bookloft, Gramercy Books, or at your local bookstore

Mount Vernon Avenue

We’ve been quite busy with new releases, re-illustrations, an updated website, and more.
Re-branding takes time, dedication, and patience. Check out our re-Illustration of Mount Vernon Avenue. Let us know how you like it.

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