For some reason, I’ve always been fascinated with the Amish. Maybe it stems from trips with my parents to visit my grandparents in Rome City, Indiana, when I was a little girl. I recall occasionally seeing Amish people out and about in certain towns we passed through and I wondered about their mysterious lives. I […]
Spring has sprung once again. And with the birth of new beginnings and budding flowers, I’m reminded that I still haven’t turned this blog into exactly what I want it to be. It’s been in an ongoing state of transformation (for far too long!). This is partially because my husband and I have been busy […]
*Guest post There are plenty of amazing destinations worth checking out in the Midwest of the US, with vast roaming plans and a generous helping of national landmarks all waiting to be explored. From the Gateway Arch in Missouri, to Navy Pier in Chicago, there are plenty of exciting things to see and do throughout […]
My husband Steve and I recently enjoyed staying at The Ridge Hotel, in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. If you’ve never been to this Southeastern part of Wisconsin and you’re looking for a romantic weekend away, you should be sure to check out Lake Geneva as there is plenty to see and do – winter, spring, summer, […]
From time to time, Midwestern Adventures will feature posts on interesting areas outside the Midwest. Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is one such place. Whether visitors are just passing through, or are looking into long-term Jackson Hole vacation rentals, this post will touch on some of the top attractions in the Jackson Hole area. Situated in a […]
Hope everyone had a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving. Can’t believe the day came and went already, but I’m looking forward to spending Christmas in our new country-esque abode this year. Here is a photo of our little turkey!