Blue Ridge Mountain Adventures

The Virginia Creeper Trail I've been "chomping at the bit" to experience the Creeper Trail ever since I learned about it several years ago.¬† I finally got the opportunity, recently, when my husband and I went on a little adventure in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Our experience began in Damascus, Virginia, where we … Continue reading Blue Ridge Mountain Adventures

Antiques, Art, and Some Really Fun Junk

Day two of my adventure with my daughter led us to the Corydon Extravaganza of Antique, Art, and Junk Festival. There was some rain and a little mud to dodge, but we weren't about to let that deter us from having a great day. We were on a mission to find some great vintage treasures! … Continue reading Antiques, Art, and Some Really Fun Junk

The Secret Garden

Located just off the beaten path in Commiskey, Indiana, walking into Stream Cliff Herb Farm is like stepping into a Secret Garden. Wildflowers and lush landscaping line brick pathways which lead from one beautiful discovery to another, from reflecting ponds to serene¬†gardens to an old wooden chapel. My daughter and I spent an afternoon there … Continue reading The Secret Garden

Clearwater, St. Pete’s Beach, Ybor City

The first couple of months of 2017 had me in a whirlwind of stress due to some difficult work projects, so I was even more excited than normal to be able to get away with my husband for a relaxing beach vacation in Southeast Florida. Clearwater Beach, FL We weren't the only ones who thought … Continue reading Clearwater, St. Pete’s Beach, Ybor City

A Step Back in Time

Locust Grove, in Louisville, KY, tells the story of William and Lucy Clark Croghan, along with the story of Lucy's brother, General George Rogers Clark. The home has hosted a number of historical heroes in past years, including Presidents James Monroe and Andrew Jackson, John James Audubon, Cassius Marcellus Clay, and Lewis and Clark. Each … Continue reading A Step Back in Time

Small Town Indiana’s Hidden Gems

    I was given some work assignments in South Central Indiana, which required overnight travel, so I decided to combine my business trip with an exploration of some small towns that I have visited many times before, but this time I would pay closer attention. I took notice of the farmlands and small churches … Continue reading Small Town Indiana’s Hidden Gems