Harrison County, Indiana, became a county in 1808. Corydon, Indiana, was the Indiana Territorial Capital and became the county seat. It was the state capital from 1813 to 1825, when the capital was moved to Indianapolis. There’s a picture of the First State Capitol Building…

Last Saturday, my husband, our youngest daughter (the fabulous Sara Marian), and her wonderful fella, the multi-talented Zakary Kendall, headed down to Rough River State Resort Park to have lunch at the Lodge there. It was not to be. Five minutes away from our destination,…

Back around the turn of the century (THIS century, wise guy), I was awarded a retreat at the Mary Anderson Center at Mount St. Francis Friary. I stayed at Loftus House, which is the artist colony’s residence. Across from Loftus House was the priory. The…

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