Not THAT George Harrison #WanderIndiana

George Harrison is back in town! George Harrison is the name of the fiberglass bison Harrison County painted in honor of Indiana’s bison-tennial.

First State Capitol building in winter, 4th of July fireworks, and County Fair

First State Capitol building in winter, 4th of July fireworks, and County Fair

Constitution Elm. The ribbons have messages from school children.

Constitution Elm. The ribbons have messages from school children.

Constitution Elm and state constitution, forbidding slavery in Indiana. Go, us!

Constitution Elm and state constitution, forbidding slavery in Indiana. Go, us!

Okay, now maybe it’s just me. But if I had the job of planning the painting of the county bison, I wouldn’t put a waterway on his butt. I’m just sayin’.

I’m posting today at Fatal Foodies about a WOW soup Charlie made.

A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: What would be the major scenes, people, buildings, or activities that would represent your main character’s life? Not the story arc of the book, but of the character’s life?

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I was born in Louisville, Kentucky, but now live in the woods in southern Indiana. Though I only write fiction, I love to read non-fiction. The more I learn about this world, the more fantastic I see it is.

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One thought on “Not THAT George Harrison #WanderIndiana

  1. Jane
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    September 27, 2016 at 7:52am

    Like the WOW soup. I know the feeling about unrepeatable recipes. I guess that’s why the chef job is for pros.

    I like the straight up idea of writing a character’s history.

    We have racehorses in Louisville. They’re everywhere and painted every which way! Some are gorgeous, but all are at least enthusiastic.

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