Perfect Harmony

New Harmony, Indiana is one of my all-time favorite small towns. I’ve been there on several occasions, with my daughter, with my sister, and even on a couple of solo trips. I got one of the best massages I’ve ever had in New Harmony. The food is always delicious, and I come away feeling stress-freeContinue reading “Perfect Harmony”

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 thereContinue reading “The Secret Garden”

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 churchesContinue reading “Small Town Indiana’s Hidden Gems”

Christmas in June

My granddaughter asked if we could stay in a “hotel house” rather than having a party to celebrate her fifth birthday. In our attempts to find a place for nine people, four of whom are five and under, we decided that renting a cottage in Santa Claus, Indiana would be a fun option. We rentedContinue reading “Christmas in June”

Covered Bridge Festival

October, 2014 I’ve heard that Indiana’s Covered Bridge Festival is one of the largest festivals in the nation, so my friend, Julie, and I decided to check it out. The festival started in Rockville, Indiana, over 50 years ago, and has spread to several different towns in Parke County, Indiana. The closest available motel withContinue reading “Covered Bridge Festival”