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Tag Archives: Outdoor Activities

eXplore Brown County

Hopefully you have been enjoying the recent sunshine in the state … I know I have. And to add to my excitement, I just found out about eXplore Brown County. They offer paintball, ATV tours, mountain biking and more, but Read more >

Indiana Zoos

The weather is getting warmer. I know, it seems almost unbelievable, but it is. So what better way to celebrate than to visit one of Indiana’s great zoos! Potawatomi Zoo (South Bend) – Last summer, my daughter and I headed Read more >

‘Tis The Season For Tradition

Growing up, adventuring to cut down the family Christmas tree was always a family-bonding trip. We would all get bundled up in our boots, snow pants, warm and fuzzy jackets, hats gloves, and scarves in order to face the cold Read more >

Stuckey Farm – The Full Fall Package!

Corn mazes, apple cider, and pumpkins – three words that any Hoosier associates with the fall season. Over the weekend I spent a few hours at Stuckey Farm Orchard and Cider Mill, located in Sheridan, Ind., and experienced the full Read more >

Spencer County – Holiday World and Lake Rudolph

I’ve been to Holiday World (located in Spencer County – Southern Indiana) before … albeit a few years ago and during the heat of the summer. But this fall I had the opportunity to visit during Spencer County’s Fall-O-Weekends and Read more >

2013 Vevay-Switzerland County celebrates Bicentennial-Oct. 4-13

It’s a 200th birthday party and you’re invited! Vevay-Switzerland County is celebrating their Bicentennial on October 4-13, 2013 with activities and events for all ages. Dubbed the “Birthplace of the First Successful Commercial Winery in the United States,” Switzerland County is also Read more >

Indianapolis Museum of Art – 100 Acres

Located on the northwest side of the city is the Indianapolis Museum of Art. To be honest with you, I hadn’t been out to the museum recently … say within the last five years. I know, that’s pretty bad. But Read more >

Outdoor Recreation in Lafayette and West Lafayette

Most people know Lafayette/West Lafayette as the home of the Boilermakers. What you might not know about are all of the outdoor recreation places that are available during your time there. Let me enlighten you on what I found during Read more >