|Well, we thought we would make a diversionary field trip on the way|
home from St. Loulis.......
So we stopped at this town in Indiana where there have been
not ONE but TWO Utopian communities.
|And right away...I knew that it was a UTOPIAN place for a roach|
on the grass on a beautiful day in early summer.
|And then me and Teka stopped to talk to these folks, and|
we decided the members of Utopian Communities must be a bit
stiff and slightly wooden.
|But we did see lots of great houses|
(And you know how the muzzer is about houses, right?)
|And this one...which had a "for sale" sign.|
|And this place, which is not a house, but a place|
called the Atheneum and is most interesting in a
town full of early and mid 19th century houses.
|And a main street trying hard for a revival.|
|And all around a great place to walk and walk and walk.|
We enjoyed our overnight at the New Harmony Inn.
Muzzer and the dad had dinner at a place called The Red Geranium
which they recommend highly.
Me and Teka did not get a T-shirt.
Thanks to Lyman Tower Sargeant for teaching Mom and Dad
to love and appreciate Utopian Communities!