Strolling through town

Mason County resident Maxine Gallagher talks with her great-great-grandaughter, India Lewis, 10, near the Limestone Landing on Wednesday. Gallagher said it was Lewis’ first visit to the landing. The two had already visited the Buffalo at Limestone Park and the murals. Their next stop was the Riverpark on the east end. -

Mason County resident Maxine Gallagher talks with her great-great-grandaughter, India Lewis, 10, near the Limestone Landing on Wednesday. Gallagher said it was Lewis’ first visit to the landing. The two had already visited the Buffalo at Limestone Park and the murals. Their next stop was the Riverpark on the east end.

Mason County resident Maxine Gallagher talks with her great-great-grandaughter, India Lewis, 10, near the Limestone Landing on Wednesday. Gallagher said it was Lewis’ first visit to the landing. The two had already visited the Buffalo at Limestone Park and the murals. Their next stop was the Riverpark on the east end.
https://maysville-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_IMG_0307-1.jpgMason County resident Maxine Gallagher talks with her great-great-grandaughter, India Lewis, 10, near the Limestone Landing on Wednesday. Gallagher said it was Lewis’ first visit to the landing. The two had already visited the Buffalo at Limestone Park and the murals. Their next stop was the Riverpark on the east end.