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Experience Amish Flavor at Fountain Acres in Wayne County

Sometimes I go someplace for the first time and I want to kick myself for not experiencing it much sooner.  Fountain Acres Foods is one of those places. My parents have been telling me for years how good their deli Read more >

Indulge Your Valentine with Historical Romance, Gourmet Food & Pampering, in Richmond, Indiana

Enter into a by-gone era, full of Victorian flair and elegance, and indulge your “Sweetheart”, during Valentine Weekend.  Check into one of Richmond’s lovely inns, Phillip W. Smith or Martha E. Parry B&B, which include king size bedrooms, private baths, Read more >

Hagerstown’s Wellivers Reopens as Willie and Red’s

Whenever I tell anyone I’m from Hagerstown, the usual reply is something like “Oh, I go there to eat at Wellivers”, or “Isn’t that where that famous smorgasbord is?” However, most recently people have replied, “Is it true Wellivers closed? Read more >

Free Chocolate? Wayne County Chocolate Trail is an Affordable Adventure

FREE CHOCOLATE! Beautiful words, aren’t they?  Free is a wonderful thing in itself, but “free chocolate” just about makes my head spin.  Just thinking about the possibilities makes it hard for me to focus on my work.  Fortunately for me, Read more >

Sampling Good Art, Food & Shopping in Wayne County

Last week I took a couple of hours to meander my way home from work, from Richmond in the most eastern edge of Wayne County, to Hagerstown in the northwest corner. I made a few stops to pick up items Read more >

Uniquely Wayne County – Historic Depot District

Last week I made a quick work-related visit to Maria Mitrione’s Italian Market, in Richmond’s Historic Depot District, and I wanted to stay all afternoon. It was obvious exciting changes of some sort are being made there so I wanted more Read more >

Murals Add Color to Wayne County

While the weather is still good, I plan to take a drive through the rolling beauty of Wayne County to observe the changing colors. It’s not just the changing leaves I’ll be taking in, however. I hope to make my Read more >

144 Indiana miles of yard sale

The National Historic Road Yard Sale, which takes place along U.S. 40, gets underway today and runs through Sunday, May 31. At 824 miles and running from Baltimore to St. Louis, it is the longest continuous yard sale in the Read more >