Indiana Insider Blog

Destination Downtown Lafayette

I had the privilege of spending the morning in Downtown Lafayette the other day. I was amazed at all the unique shops located within walking distance of each other. It took the entire morning to make my way through each place and I certainly could have spent longer ... especially since I had…

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A Dairy Good Time

Attending school five hours away from home only means one thing for me when it comes to school breaks; road trips. Many times people complain about having to drive for hours, but I actually enjoy it. I love driving down the interstate singing along to my favorite country songs and picturing in my…

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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 all before my visit and am so thankful for the opportunity to go…

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At Holiday World, the zombies sing and dance!

Zombies are certainly in vogue these days. Who knew fresh and lovely would give way to pale and undead? This time of year, zombies tend to be more than a bit sinister – wielding angry chainsaws and growling incoherent threats. But at Holiday World, the zombies sing, dance, and pose for pictures with…

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Fall-O-Weekends in Santa Claus, Indiana (#video)

I already posted (last week) about part of my trip to Santa Claus, Indiana. And soon I'll be posting about my other adventures during that same trip. But for now, check out this amazing video that sums up all the fun we had during the Fall-O-Weekend in Spencer County ... Ready to plan your visit…

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Indianapolis Scottish Highland Games and Festival 2013

We were in luck for this year's Indianapolis Scottish Highland Games and Festival — it was warm and sunny, and not the typical fall weather you get in the middle of October. The beer and Irn Bru were flowing, the fish and chips were spattering, and large men in kilts were hurling heavy objects over…

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Kilroy's Famous Breadsticks in Broad Ripple

photo credit: http://www.kilroysindy.com As a Butler student, I have to admit that sometimes my friends and I get habitual about where to eat. One of our very favorite places to explore is Broad Ripple. If you’ve never been to the area, I strongly recommend it. The places to eat are diverse and…

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