What a beautiful fall day! The Sinex family is absolutely incredible, warm and caring. We loved getting to hang out with them at Squire's Castle where we explored the many rooms and the grounds. As we took in the sights and sounds we had a wonderful afternoon together. Squire's castle is the historical remains of the gatehouse built by Feargus B. Squire in 1850. He built it out of stone quarried from the property. It is currently owned by the Cleveland Metropolitan Park Board and is considered not only a local point of interest but the heart of North Chagrin Reservation. Thank you Craig, Sara, and Mason for sharing a wonderful autumnal day with us at this beautiful location!
From Sara: "Craig and I met more than 10 years ago while we were both students at Kent State University and have been married for seven. We welcomed our son, Mason, into our lives in March 2012. We have a dog, Rudy, who is a lovable boxer, and three fish. Our family’s favorite season is the fall (we were married on Halloween 2009) for many reasons – Sara’s for the emergence of pumpkin spice everything, the colors that erupt around Northeast Ohio and the ability to wear sweaters and boots. Craig loves the fall season for the opportunity to hunt any chance he can get. Mason loves jumping in piles of leaves and going on hikes in the metro parks. "
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information about Squire's castle from: http://www.clevelandmetroparks.com