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Two Southeast Indiana State Parks Perfect For a Getaway

Am I a person who hikes miles in the wilderness, climbs mountains, enters a triathlon? That would be a "no". Even if you're not an outdoor adventurer, you'll enjoy a drive or stroll through these two southeast Indiana State Parks on a beautiful day. Bring the whole family, a few friends, your…

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You Must Visit This Animal Sanctuary in Northeast Indiana

My children and I made a recent trip to Albion, Indiana to the Black Pine Animal Sanctuary. This is one of those places in Indiana that is not only an excellent place to experience many types of exotic animals up close and personal but also delivers a powerful and humbling message to us as humans…

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A Closer Look at Northern Indiana's Nature

This is a guest blog by Alyssa Nyberg written as a Nature Note Article Alyssa Nyberg Rain soaked and exhausted, I stand at the edge of a wetland. My hair is plastered to my face, my shirt is askew, and my jeans are heavy with water and mud. At this moment, I am far from the epitome of “marsh…

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Spend Valentine's Day with Gene Stratton-Porter

Geneva Stratton-Porter Limberlost cabin in Geneva. If you’re looking for a quirky event to attend on Valentine’s Day, check out the ‘Midwinter Movie Night: a Limberlost Valentine’s Day event’ at the Limberlost State Historic Site Visitor Center in Geneva. Wooden furniture pieces from Porter's home…

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Nashville, IN: Best Small Town in America

Where are the most beautiful, fun, friendly, patriotic, best food and best place for geocaching located? How about Nashville, Indiana! Yes that’s right, according to the Best of the Road 2013 Competition; Nashville, Indiana has been nominated as one of the “Best Small Towns in America.” With six…

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