Indiana Dunes State Park

Visitors to Indiana Dunes State Park can hike the sand mountains that tower over beautiful Lake Michigan and see the city of Chicago in the distance. Bird watchers can find a copious number of waterfowls, songbirds and other avian treats in the marshes in the park. Sun worshipers can swim and lounge along the immense sand beaches that line the Lake Michigan shoreline. Camping, fishing and picnicking are also fun activities at the park. Continue reading Indiana Dunes State Park

Podcast – History of Pokagon State Park – Part 1 – The Potawatomi Tribe and the Trail of Death

Greetings, today I will discuss my newest book release, Pokagon Indiana State Park. In this episode you will hear the History of Pokagon State Park – Part 1 – The Potawatomi Tribe and the Trail of Death Continue reading Podcast – History of Pokagon State Park – Part 1 – The Potawatomi Tribe and the Trail of Death

Podcast – The Indiana History Series

Listeners to this episode will learn a little bit about each of the books in the author’s Indiana History Series. The seven books in this series cover libraries, fire departments, railroads, roads and highways, parks, the Indiana Constitution, and Indiana counties. Two books on the near horizon include books on basketball and Indiana’s role in the Civil War. Continue reading Podcast – The Indiana History Series

A Short History of Basketball – Indiana Edition

The Short History of Basketball leads readers through the fascinating history of the sport of basketball. The book includes a history of the game and Indiana basketball sports highlights. Readers will discover a complete listing of Indiana high school championship winners and Mr. and Miss Basketball awards. The book also covers the Kentucky/Indiana High School All Star Series as well as some of the iconic high school gymnasiums in the state. Continue reading A Short History of Basketball – Indiana Edition

Indiana’s Cataract Falls

A visit to Cataract Falls will reveal two waterfalls a half mile apart. The Falls are, by volume, the largest waterfalls in Indiana. The Upper Falls is at the Cataract Falls State Recreation Area. This Falls drops about thirty feet. Visitors will find an observation deck to observe them located adjacent to a picnic area. A walk across Cataract Falls Covered Bridge, just above the Falls, affords a magnificent view of the Mill Creek Gorge below the Falls. Continue reading Indiana’s Cataract Falls