• Only 2 covered bridges remain in Jennings County, Indiana, the James Creek Covered Bridge and the Scipio Covered Bridge. Here’s the story on the history of both bri…[View More]

  • Fairview Cemetery is one of those small country cemeteries where all of the locals are buried….but each one has a story!

  • Built in 1860 at a cost of $26,375.00 this was the third courthouse for Jennings County.

  • Vernon, Indiana is the County Seat yet it is one of the smaller towns in the state. Sever interesting stories can be heard in this video regarding it’s history an…[View More]

  • This 100 year old bridge was replaced in 2017-2018 with a $984,000.00 bridge.

  • North Vernon, Indiana is definitely a railroad town with tracks crisscrossing throughout. The historic Main Street is basically still intact with many buildings dating back …[View More]

  • The Higginsport Bridge near Higginsport, Ohio was built in 1885. It has been abandoned since the early 1980s and will probably be demolished or will collapse into the cr…[View More]

  • Rock climbing may be considered a fringe sport when compared to baseball, football or soccer. However, rock climbing probably requires more strength, stamina and mental con…[View More]

  • Muscatatuck Park is Indiana’s 4th State Park but has now been transformed into a local county park which is noted for its rock climbing and the site of a former …[View More]

  • Historic Ripley, Ohio sits along the banks for the Ohio River and is known for its contribution to the Underground Railroad of the 1800s.