Indiana's north shore is a great industrial center with giant sand dunes nearby. The third largest Amish population lives in northern Indiana and the Shipshewana Flea Market and Auction is quite a draw. Indianapolis is the crossroads of America and the RV/MH Museum in Elkhart shows the evolution of the motor home industry through a collection of vintage RVs going back to 1913. Evansville is a small town on the Ohio River with a new riverfront area and Four Freedoms monument.
At nearby Angel Mounds, archaeological excavations are under way and a museum. Tell City hand twisted pretzels began with the town in 1858 and in Rising Sun, William Rees designs and builds some of the finest harps in the world. In Starlight, Koetter Woodworks manufactures a variety of wood products, while promoting education and responsibility for the hardwood resource. In Fishers, the Conner Prairie Living History Museum. In Martinsville, C.R. (Charles) Schiefer is an 80 year old limestone sculptor hammering and chiseling his stone sculptures around his 10-acres.
Model airplanes at the National Model Aviation Museum in Muncie form the world's most extensive collection with more than 10,000 flying models. Hobbyists build and fly their crafts nearby. Powered parachutes offer a laid-back way of flying over Indiana's crops, woods and wildlife. In Kendallville, the Mid-America Windmill Museum has 52 vintage windmills on display. The Annual Tri-State Memorial Bluegrass Festival brings musicians of all levels together to celebrate and play bluegrass through performances, workshops and informal campground jams."
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