Just about every work day, I clock out for lunch and walk down the street to a little cafe known for its excellent coffee but also has salads and sandwiches, right down on the courthouse square. It’s a well-known coffee … Continue reading
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I have always wanted to take a cooking class in a European country, either at a Bed & Breakfast or an Agriturismo. Imagine my delight when I discovered that a restaurant near here started a Cooking With the Chef series … Continue reading
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The Parke County Covered Bridge Festival is a much loved traditional event that has been celebrated every October since 1957. The event starts at the county seat, Rockville, with booths of crafts and food and spreads out across the county … Continue reading
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This weekend was the Feast of the Hunter’s Moon near here just south of Lafayette, Indiana along the Wabash River. It is a festival & re-enactment of the Fall gathering of an 18th Century military and traders’ village at the … Continue reading
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The Art on the Wabash Fair was today and so I headed out first for a breakfast of crepes and hot tea at the Greyhouse Cafe and then to the art fair in Tapawingo Park, next to the levee. I … Continue reading
My bridge, or rather two bridges, provide a link from one time to the next, in our historical minds, a literal historic time machine. Bridge One: Was built long ago, as a replacement for Davis Ferry over the Wabash … Continue reading
Each year in this area, and coming up soon, there is the most wonderful musical gathering near here called ‘The Fiddler’s Gathering.’ Bluegrass and folk musicians come from around the world to perform in an outdoor arena. Most of the … Continue reading
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