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Northern Indiana Beer Trail, Day 3

We had to cut our day a little short yesterday, trying to cover the remaining seven microbreweries in the Northern Indiana Beer Trail (click here for the Google Map). We covered seven on the Northwestern Indiana Beer Trail, but we Read more >

Be cozy, be satisfied, b on the River.

My fellow college students can agree that one of the best things about coming home for the holidays is gorging at favorite locals restaurants. Having lived in Elkhart for my entire life, the restaurants I frequent don’t change much. However, Read more >

Explore Elkhart and the “574″

One of the best things about college is the weeks off we’re given for holiday breaks. But it always seems like after being home from about four days, college students are ready to head back to their respective universities. This Read more >

Flowers Anyone?

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If you like flowers, then I have the perfect place for you … Amish Country in Northern Indiana. They not only have one perfect trip idea, but TWO! 1. Quilt Gardens along the Heritage Trail – From May 1 through Read more >

Essenhaus

Essenhaus Inn

Every year I head to Shipshewana with my sisters and mom … it’s a tradition. We just returned and once again I’m reminded me of how much I love it. Our schedule is pretty much set (remember, it’s a tradition), Read more >

Pumpkinvine Nature Trail

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Do you like to bike, run or even walk? Then, you need to try out the Pumpkinvine Nature Trail in Northern Indiana. The trail is located in Elkhart County on an abandoned railroad corridor that dates back to 1888. Passenger Read more >

Civic Theatres in Indiana

Yesterday, I wrote a blog post about live theatres around downtown Indianapolis. And while I missed a few theatres we have around town (Asante Children’s Theatre, Beef & Boards, as well as theatres out in the suburbs), I realized I Read more >