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Arriving in French Lick is such a surprise. You're driving, driving, driving....then all I a sudden you round the corner ...there sits the most magnificent building you've ever seen. West Baden. So beautiful and so elegant. We went a little further to the French Lick Springs (where the Casino is located). We had planned to eat at the buffet/cafeteria but they stopped serving at 2 pm. So we decided to go back to the rotunda, West Baden.
Today, we decided to check out the original Santa Claus, IN based on a referral from a local resident. The original town was located a mile or so away from the current town center. The town's church was built in 1880 and a large statue of Santa Claus was commemorated in 1935 and faces east toward the birth place of Jesus. The original post office was also restored to its original form. We tried twice to get into the museum, but found it closed both times, but ...
... hack it – PBS, Create, Bonus, and CW), and there was not a pine tree over us dropping pine cones on us during the day and NIGHT.
After breaking camp and getting set up, we drove over to the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial that is a few miles from where we are staying.
The Memorial consists of a welcome center, a preserved foundation and fireplace hearthstones of the original cabin, a cemetery with a headstone of Nancy ...
On our trip from Louisville to St. Louis a sign on the side of the road enticed us to take a little detour to check out the Marengo Cave. Located in the heart of Indiana's Cave Country
We are in Amish Country and had to pass two of their horse drawn carriages with families dressed in the full Amish clothes, along the way.
So glad we stopped to do the ...
Paul & Deanna took us to a cave (www.bluespringcaverns.com) that is toured by boat. Something we had never done before. The cavern is in Bedford, about 40 miles from French Lick. We got there a little early so we bought a bag of dirt that have gems in them & Kaptain showed Amanda how to pan for them. She made a killing & ended up with a big handful of gemstones.
After that, it was time to go to the cave. The Tour Guide led us to the boat ...