Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland

Reed: Fun, fun, fun! Today was my day at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. I saw things from the Who, my favorite band. I got a shirt with the names of all of the people inducted there.

Bryn: We spent most of the day there with our friends Brandon, Jeremy, and Melinda. We could only take photos in the lobby area. Reed is standing with the George Harrison memorial guitar made by Yoko Ono. Bret is posing by the tribute guitar to Michael Jackson. The main exhibit featured Bruce Springsteen.

Afterwards all of the boys had a nice long swim and water play session in the pool, followed by dinner at Melinda's favorite Cracker Barrel restaurant. And the day would not have been complete without some more energetic swordplay from these Greek warriors. They played on a big lawn area on the side of the restaurant. We had to leave after a train went by on the nearby tracks and a police officer stopped to see what was going on. Since it was already 10:15 pm, we said our good-byes and went our separate ways. Cleveland is another place that deserves a longer visit!


  1. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is in Ohio? Who knew?

  2. Yeah, the term Rock and Roll was first used here by DJ Alan Freed, and it really caught on! There's a whole exhibit about him.