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Summertime is a great time to load up the car and enjoy Indiana. In our new TV commercial, you will see just a hint of great places to experience with friends and family. You can take a road trip to Read more >

Caves in Corydon

You heard about my dining adventures while I was in Corydon, but let me tell you about my cave experiences. I have had Indiana caves on my list for years. I am not sure what I expected, but I can Read more >

West Baden

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Gorgeous. Beautiful. Dreamy. All words that describe (accurately) the West Baden Springs Hotel.Last weekend my husband was in the area for work and my daughter and I went down to visit him. We thought they were putting us up at Read more >

Jasper, Indiana (Part 2 of 2)

Now for more attractions in Jasper, Indiana. Two of my favorites are literally around the block from each other. First – Spirit of Jasper Train. Several years ago, the city got behind the project of revitalizing the old town depot. Read more >

Jasper, Indiana (Part 1 of 2)

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I’m a big fan of Southern Indiana. Rolling hills, beautiful scenery, rural communities … the list goes on. I had the opportunity to visit again recently while my husband did some work down there. I took full advantage of the Read more >

Take a Literary Tour of Indiana, Day 1

There are enough cultural trails in Indiana, usually centered around an industry, like the Southern Indiana Wine Trail, or a geographic area, like the Hendricks County and Morgan County Cultural Trail. So I’m picking a cultural trail of my own, Read more >

The Miller House

Photo Credit: Indianapolis Museum of Art

If you have traveled in Indiana at all, you likely know that Columbus (just 45 minutes south of Indy) is known for its architecture. In fact, it is ranked 6th in the nation for architectural innovation and design by the Read more >