Indiana Insider Blog

Soar Through The Sky on These 15 Indiana Zip Lines

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to soar majestically through the sky like a bald eagle? If so, you’re in luck! Indiana is home to many scenic zip lines that provide thrilling experiences for visitors of all age levels. Glide through the “Little Smokies” in Brown County or hover for…

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Zydeco's Brings the French Quarter to Indiana

Photo Courtesy of Zydeco's. The real magic of New Orleans doesn't come from Bourbon Street. That obnoxious thoroughfare is a Roman carnival of aggressive, pan-handling hucksters who cut you off mid-stride to the left and cheap novelty shops hawking junk souvenirs or lewd pornography to the right…

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Hunter's Honey Farm

Bees. Most people are scared of them, but they do produce one of our most nutritious foods - honey. My daughter and I had the privilege of visiting and touring a local honey farm a few weeks ago - Hunter's Honey Farm (just southwest of Indy). Here's the thing about Hunter's Honey Farm - they are all…

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Gray Brothers Cafeteria

Since 1944 Gray Brothers Cafeteria, located just eight miles south of 465, has been serving home cooked meals and dessert (I recommend the peach cobbler, but we'll get into that later!). My husband has ranted and raved about this place since we were dating. But to him, and all the locals, it is…

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Zydeco's

My husband is from Mooresville (just southwest of Indy) and my in-laws rave about Zydeco's Cajun Restaurant. They go there quite frequently and while I had been there years ago, I was able to visit again just last weekend and was reminded of how fabulous it actually is. Let me start with the owner -…

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