I have lived in a variety of places around the US, always rather central and usually in a college town or a town with a college. However, Indiana is more home to me than anywhere else in the US. The northern two-thirds of the state are flat and were populated by New Englanders. Populated by people coming up from Kentucky and points further south and east, the southern third is beautiful with hills, autumnal splendor, limestone quarries and caves, hot springs, and even tobacco when near the once prosperous Ohio River towns.
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Father and step-mother at
their old farm.
Mom, I, and my aunt
outside an Indy IHOP.
Town of Metamora and
the Whitewater Canal.
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