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See Fall Foliage from a New View in Hamilton County, Indiana

The telltale signs of autumn are in the air: a crisp breeze, the smell of pumpkin spice and falling leaves in stunning shades of sunset orange and red. Don’t wait to jump in a pile of raked leaves – this Read more >

Mini Golf … at the Indianapolis Museum of Art

Golf is a past time for our family. With my husband in the golf business it is pretty much a guarantee. So when I heard there was a mini golf course at the Indianapolis Museum of Art of course my Read more >

Richmond’s Meltdown Winter Ice Festival is Very Cool

It is cold. There is no denying that, so the only thing you can do is embrace it and Richmond’s Meltdown Winter Ice Festival does just that!For three days this coming weekend (January 28-30, 2016), visitors can walk the streets Read more >

Spirit of Jasper … Train Excursion Extraordinaire

A few years back I got to visit the Spirit of Jasper train while touring the area. I loved the old train depot … And how they have reinvented the train cars. Now visitors can choose from several excursions to Read more >

Beautiful Outdoors in Evansville

I had the privilege to travel to Evansville a few weeks ago and experience all the wonderful outdoor adventures they have to offer. One of my favorite stops was Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve. I was not familiar with Wessleman at Read more >

Spencer County – Christmas Shops, Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial and St. Meinrad

I’ve already blogged about part of my trip to Spencer County in Southern Indiana a few weeks ago during their Fall-O-Weekend celebrations (which are still going on by the way!). AND, I posted a video to give an overview of Read more >

Heartland Apple Festival at Beasley’s Orchard – October 12 & 13

Mark your calendars … this Saturday and Sunday Beasley’s Orchard is having their annual Heartland Apple Festival. And I hate to be the one to break it to you, but it really isn’t fall until you have headed out to Read more >

Balloon Voyage!

Have you ever been 350 feet in the air looking down on Indianapolis? Not too many people have, but thanks to Conner Prairie you can do just that. The 1859 Balloon Voyagegives visitors the opportunity to learn about the first Read more >