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Posts about things in Indiana’s South region

Southeastern Indiana – Part I

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I love exploring new parts of the state and a few weeks ago I spent two days touring and exploring the southeastern part of the state – just over the river from Louisville. I spent equal time in Jeffersonville and Read more >

Vincennes’ Red Skelton Museum

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“No matter what your heartache may be, laughing helps you forget it for a few seconds.” Red Skelton Vincennes has yet another claim to fame. It is the hometown of one of Hollywood’s most beloved comedians of the 20th century. Read more >

Pea-fections Restaurant in Vincennes

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Pea-fections Restaurant in Vincennes Pea-fections Restaurant in Vincennes is just about the cutest café I’ve frequented in a long while. It is named after its owner, Becky Pea, who started the business with husband Bill in 1996. They are professional Read more >

Madison Has July 4 Racing Fun

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  During the early 1800s, Madison was a bustling town on the Ohio River in southern Indiana. Steamboats docked there, taking cargo up and down the river. After the railroad deflected business from the area several years later, citizens settled back, Read more >

Vote For Holiday World

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Let’s play Jeopardy! The answer is: The best roller coaster in the nation, and the best new amusement park attraction of 2015 belong to this theme park. What is Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari, Alex? We’re a little biased, but Read more >

Historic Madison Lives up to Its Name

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  OK, after visiting Madison, located approximately 75 miles south of Indianapolis, I can see why it has received so many accolades. According to the town’s tourism website (VisitMadison.org), the small town has been ranked #4 in top 100 places Read more >