Indiana - summer plans in
Things to see and do in Indiana this summer:
- Bedford - Blue Spring Caverns. "As you glide silently over the quiet waters of Myst'ry River in a custom boat tour, the natural wonders of this subterranean world pass before your eyes."
- Columbus - Architecture Tour. "In 1991, the American Institute of Architects surveyed 829 of its members. They ranked Columbus 6th among U.S. cities in architectural quality and innovation. Only Chicago, New York, Washington, San Francisco, and Boston were ranked higher."
- French Lick - The Indiana Railway Museum. "You will ride aboard historic pieces of rail equipment on a 1 3/4 hour, 20 mile round trip, which will take you through portions of the scenic Hoosier National Forest, the 2200 foot Burton Tunnel, and past impressive limestone cuts."
- Indianapolis - play the 1962 Holtkamp organ at the Unitarian Cathedral. With Bradley's permission, of course.
- Richmond - Hoosier Hill. The highest point in Indiana (it's pretty close to the Ohio border). Dare I dream? Maybe not this summer . . .
- St. Meinrad - Saint Meinrad Archabbey. ". . . a thriving community of 120 monks who make new the Benedictine tradition in the 21st century."
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