Rooster and I paid a visit to Leaping Leopard Antiques located at 2145 S. 4th Street Lafayette, Indiana. This unique shop held many wonderful discoveries.
I challenged myself to write all of my adventures in mock-epic style poetry in 2022. Here in Indiana, we Hoosiers are about to get our first snowstorm of the year. I always feel like the best part of a winter storm warning comes before the first snowflakes start to fly. So without any further ado, let’s get on with the poem I titled Before the Storm.
The best part of the event was there was no cost. Therefore, we entered the location into our GPS and headed to Carroll County Wabash & Erie Canal Inc.
Our adventure crew started our trip to the Dentzel Carousel in Logansport, Indiana, on a rainy Saturday morning. We discovered this attraction online.
We put 702 Massachusetts Ave Matthews, Indiana, into our phones GPS a cloudy Saturday morning with plans to pay a visit to New Cumberland Antiques.
After Rooster and I finished a delicious breakfast at Choo Choo McGoo’s, we traveled around the corner to The Glass Monocle.
The restaurant sounded interesting. We pointed our Chevy Spark toward 1633 Stitt Street Wabash, Indiana, to check out Harry’s Old Kettle Pub and Grill.
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What do you do if you want to have an adventure looking at old stuff, and most of the museums are still closed due to COVID? Rooster came up with a fantastic idea. He suggested we find some of the best junk shops in the state. Thus, we decided to go on a trip toContinue reading “Midland Arts and Antique Market”
James Dean weekend is a big deal in Grant County, Indiana. The last Friday, Saturday, and Sunday of September celebrates the life of the American actor with car shows and a motorcycle rally in the small country towns of Gas City, Jonesboro, and Fairmount. Marion, Indiana, is not included in this massive festival, which isContinue reading “James Dean Weekend”
Rooster and I haven’t attended a festival all summer. It’s the month of September, and we Hoosiers are entering car show season. Therefore, we jumped at the chance to make the hour and a half trip to the Williamsport Motorama. Fun facts about Williamsport, Indiana It is located in Warren County Founded in 1829 Elevation:Continue reading “Williamsport Motorama”