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Story Inn, Brown County, Indiana (ghost lives there) | AllTogetherChanin

The Slippery Noodle Inn, 327 S. Meridian St. Why go: History, live music and straightforward bar food thats available till late. It was founded in 1850 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Some say its haunted

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Deming Park — City of Terre Haute Government

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  • Sussann Myers

    I was born/grew up & live in Terre Haute. That was close to the time I moved away too. Husband was in the Air Force and we lived in several different states. We wanted to have a child, so he got out and we moved back here. It is a beautiful state, with so much to see. I will have to agree, the Brown County area is by far my favorite. I wont be doing the festivals this year. My son is getting married in Oct in Bedford/Bloomington. :)

  • Roberta Stadtmiller

    I don't blame you for moving back. It is a beautiful state with much to see & do and a great place to raise a family. Unfortunately we don't always get to choose where we live. Got to go where the jobs are. I'm sure I will get back for a visit sometime though as I miss it. Bloomington isn't too far from Nashville. Maybe you can get a quick visit when you're at your son's.

  • Sussann Myers

    That is so true. Moving back was a little tough at first, but we got through it. My son had good schools and graduated from Rose Hulman, as a civil engineer. I'm doubtful I'll be doing much shopping during that weekend of the wedding. But hopefully the autumn foliage will be in full bloom. That is such a pretty drive during that time. Hopefully you can make it back up here sometime soon! :)

  • Roberta Stadtmiller

    I think for me the Indiana weather would be the hardest thing to adjust to since I've lived further south for such a long time. We do get the change of seasons in NC but they are not as harsh. I'm already looking forward to Fall. Enjoy your foliage as I will ours and think of me as you're making that beautiful drive. lol.

  • Sussann Myers

    That's the truth. We moved from Arizona, back here. Huge change! lol! Thanks and I will. It's been nice chatting with a fellow Hoosier. Stop by any time for a chat! :)

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