Main Street, Clyde, Ohio
Buckeye Street, Clyde, Ohio
Computer Medic of Clyde, Ohio
Twistee Treet, Clyde, Ohio
Clyde, Ohio is a nice little city on the surface, but dig deeper and you'll find a town populated by lost souls. I don't know if that is true, but Clyde is the place that Sherwood Anderson fictionalized for his 1919 book Winesburg, Ohio. The town pretty much hated Anderson for decades after the book was published. It has only been in the past few years that Clyde has recognized Anderson for his contribution to American literature.
Clyde was also the setting and filming location for 1990's Welcome Home Roxy Carmichael, Winona Ryder's second movie set in Ohio.
I have no idea what was going on on the window of the Computer Medic. The bottom of the little sign says "Closed early some days for peace of mind".
If I hadn't had a frozen custard at the Dutchtown Dari Bar an hour earlier I would have gotten ice cream at the Twistee Treat. Doesn't that look like a proper place for ice cream?
You know what flavor you can't get at the Twistee Treat? Blueberry-maple buttermilk sorbet. I made a batch yesterday. It is quite delicious.