An Hour in Hautia

Yay! It’s visit Logan day! I rolled into Terre Haute at 9:00 am, right on schedule.  Rang the bell at the house…no answer. Rang again…still no answer. Sent text and made myself comfortable at the table set up on the porch.  My son isn’t a morning person particularly,  but he texted back in about 10 minutes. 

“Working on life, be with you shortly”

Eye roll and slight grin, I went back to searching for somewhere we could take a walk. Fowler Park looked like it might be nice and was not far away.

In a relatively short time we were headed south on US41 towards Fowler Park.

Entering the park,  I headed around the lake to the parking lot nearest to the Pioneer Village.  Two fawns watched us curiously as we got out of the car, then bounded further back into the woods, leaving us to explore.  

The Pioneer Village is so cool! I would have loved it if there had been a living history exhibit today!

This park has a great campground, as well.  I made a note since it would be a great overnight spot when I visit my son. Very clean facilities and the campsites are beautifully situated along the lake. 

We walked around the lake, and noticed a few trails headed into the woods.  I am staying out of the woods until the chigger bites and poison ivy I picked up last weekend have completely healed! 

Taking the asphalt trails for now! Hike On!

About BoobOnARock

Hiking, the woods, books, my son, my cats and dogs, math, hanging with my sweetie and making fires. what else is there? oh yeah, falling in the woods every once in a while...it is a talent of mine.

3 thoughts on “An Hour in Hautia

  1. kalkal55 says:

    Love the bridge! Thanks for posting this!

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