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Indy Island Aquatic Center in Warren Township - 06/19/07 10:42 AM
Looking for a fun place to take the family for a swim? Here's an affordable indoor water park located in Warren Township by Franklin & Raymond Roads. The aquatic center features two heated pools, a small slide for the little kiddies, the water geyser, a 150 ft. spiral slide, a 3 lane lap pool and a hot tub.
HOURSWednesday and Friday, 4-8 p.m.Saturday and Sunday, Noon-5 p.m.Closed Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. For more information: (317) 862-6876 You can also rent Indy Island on the weekends. Times available listed below.RENTAL FACILITIES AND FEESWe have rental times from 5:30 -7:30 p.m. on Saturdays an Sundays. Friday evenings will be available occasionally as well. (4 comments)
A Simple Summer's Evening. . . - 06/16/07 11:13 PM
It's been hot, very hot in Indianapolis the last few days. So what do you do to keep cool and still enjoy the warm weather? Have you tried an evening's drive around sunset time over to the Geist Resevoir? (Fall Creek & Brook School Rd.) I enjoy taking a drive in the convertible. It's cooler in the evenings, relaxing and beautiful. HINT: You could also add a stop over at 116th street & Brook School Road at the Ritter's Ice Cream or maybe over at the McDonalds on Olio Rd. Either way, take some time to enjoy the view, spend time in your community and enjoy (5 comments)
What Transforms a House to a Home? How About a Cactus? - 06/15/07 08:10 AM
Whenever we purchase a house that we actually live in, we do and find things that will make our house a home that is uniqually "ours." I'd like to share the gift that Uncle Eddie and Aunt Laura Belle have given to family members and friends. (While both of these wonderful people have passed, there's a reminder of them living at a few homes.) When moving back to Indiana, this couple wanted to bring a long something special from their Florida home. While most of us would not consider Indiana or Michigan a place for a cactus Uncle Eddie and Aunt Laura Belle found out (11 comments)
A Trip Home . . . I Always Find Something New. - 06/12/07 11:28 AM
Last Friday, I headed northward up I-69 towards Michigan. I was very excited, I was going to see my daughters and spend sometime in the area I grew up in.(Daughter Erin and Me)
Have you ever grown up somewhere or maybe lived in an area for a long time in your life? Going home is always exciting but also allows me to see the changes more clearly that take place in an area. One of the things that was different for me, as I passed various areas, I thought of what Active Rain and the people I knew lived in these areas. Or (5 comments)
Comparing Cameras - Kodak V570 vs. Fugi S3100 - 06/04/07 10:48 PM
Ok, ok . . . I know that Jeff Turner, Mike Stankewich, Frank Llosa and many other Active Rain members have spoken about the Kodak V705 & V570 as being a great camera for REALTORS to use because of its wide angel lens and easy point and shoot capability. I just want to add to the list of satisfied customers. While I've only had this V570 for the last 2 hours, I am seeing what an amazing difference it makes in the ability to fit in a room. I normally use Bob's FUJI S3100. The FUJI camera takes clean, clear pictures. (Although there's been times (14 comments)
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