Saturday, December 11, 2010

Mystery Picture Saturday --Chance to win free note cards

The bird in the picture is fishing at Hovey Lake in Indiana. I like to think Indiana is a Christmas stocking chock full of good surprises. When I was young, Mom would put a really nice surprise in the toe of our Christmas stocking. Hovey Lake is in Indiana's toe.

The lake is created by the wetlands that occur when the Wabash and the Ohio Rivers come together to make Indiana's southwest border. This is a very special place with its very own kind of beauty and one of the prettiest areas in the world.

There's something really magical when two great rivers come together; a sense of peace perfades the area that is full of wildlife, swamps, and water. Herons, egrets, frogs and turtles, beaver, and abundant wildflowers all share the area. What a treasure in Indiana's toe!

This week's Mystery Picture is in the heart of one of Indiana's metropolitan areas.  Where do you think the picture was taken? Put your guess in the comments and you may win a set of Blue Heron Moon Note Cards in our first day of spring contest.


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