Anyway-one of the places we go is a large flea market. As we were pulling out of the parking lot I saw the parking lot for the Amish! Since I didn't see any around (they don't like being photographed)-I snapped a few pictures of their horses and buggies!
Just north of Indianapolis the corn fields begin. I love this part of the drive! It is so beautiful to me. As I was openly admiring them Steve said, "you know those are GMO". I said, "yes, I know...I'm not thinking about that part. I'm in unrealistic nostalgia." Ha! Although I had already remembered the movie I had seen on Netflix called "King Corn" and about how probably most of this corn you wouldn't even want to eat. It has been genetically modified to be high in certain components that are used industrially. But the fields of GMO corn are there and I did admire the beauty of them anyways. :)
On our way home from Shipshewana, I noticed a little sign in a nature area called "Indian Village". I made a mental note that I should take the boys back there to explore. One afternoon, to give Steve a break from following Samuel around, I loaded them up and we went back. It was a spot for boats to enter into the lake and it was full of dragonflies! I love dragonflies so I was enchanted!