Without making any official reference to Thanksgiving being around the bend - because I know what's bound to happen if I do :) - I'll share some highlights from the spring, when we bounced back and forth between Indiana and Michigan.
The Meyer May House by Frank Lloyd Wright - Grand Rapids, MI:
As we've traveled around, we've been on the lookout for Frank Lloyd Wright houses; we've both been fans of his work since college. There's a lot out there, most of which are private residences, but a few are open for public tours, and the Meyer May House is our favorite so far. Look at those windows and the light coming through them! :)
Purdue University - Lafayette, IN:
I remember very clearly that the day we visited Purdue was the first day it really felt and looked like spring. It was lovely and wonderful evidence that winter is not forever :)
The Canal Walk - Indianapolis, IN:
Along with Chattanooga, Indianapolis is at the top of our list of big(ger) cities that don't feel like big cities and have tons of fun things to do. If we ever find ourselves living there, it will be right on the canal :)