Settled in 1817, the village of Oldenburg in Franklin County, Indiana is one of the oldest communities in the state. In that year, William George traveled from Pennsylvania by-way-of Cincinnati and staked a land claim along the East Harvey Branch Read more
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Without a doubt, one of the greatest places to visit in southern Indiana is the village of New Harmony¬†in Posey County. New Harmony is a relaxing weekend getaway for couples, or families wishing for a slower paced mini-vacation and a Read more
Let me tell you from the start – I’m a longtime Holiday World employee who has blogged about the park for nearly a decade. But even Holiday World employees get to take a vacation. Once in a while. And so Read more
I mentioned my visit to Evansville the other week and all of the great outdoor attractions they have. While I was there, I also got to visit a few wonderful indoor attractions as well and since the weather is turning Read more
Fresh produce, homemade baked goods, friendly faces. Thatís what youíll find at Minnetristaís Farmerís Market.
Minnetrista, located in Muncie, IN,†hosts a Farmerís Market that is the perfect place to find anything homegrown or home cooked, from fresh fruits and vegetables to homemade pies, cake and cookies.† Whether you come to do your weekly shopping or Read more