New Harmony Indiana in the Spring

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New  Harmony, Indiana in the Spring is hands down the finest place in the world. And a top contender during the rest of the year. I have been around the world, and I would rather be right here in New Harmony, than any other place, I know. It is quiet and serene here in our town of 800, but we also have events and facilities here, which each year attract thousands of artistically and spiritually inclined people from around the globe.

…………………………………Here in New Harmony, Indiana we have the……………….

…………………………………. We have the Inn at New Harmony, the Roofless Church, the Old Rapp Owen Granary, the Red Geranium Restaurant, the Yellow Tavern, the Working Men's Institute Museum and Library , the oldest continually operating public Library in Indiana,  the Old Rooming House, a yearly writer's conference called the New Harmony Project, the First Brush of Spring art festival, three art galleries, several antique shops and the wonderful Sara's Harmony Way Coffee House and Wne Shop with artisan beer. We are also a designated Tree City and simply awash in all sorts of flowers everywhere in spring and summer. 

We are also in the epicenter of the growing area for wild morel mushrooms, and if you drop a seed on the ground here, you soon have a garden. Today is Easter Sunday, and my family will enjoy fancy fish tacos made with locally caught fish and fresh garden lettuce for our Sunday dinner. This morning's breakfast included sauteed wild morels. Did I mention, that it is quiet and serene here in New Harmony, Indiana?

New Harmony, Indiana in the Spring posted from New Harmony, Indiana by Ron Nesler

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