Thursday, July 17, 2014

Lincoln State Park

We camped at Lincoln State Park last night and it turned out to be the least buggy camping experience of our trip. It would also be our last night camping on the trip as we arrived home after a long day of driving. The park was pleasant, if not too impressive. This morning we packed up camp and went on for a short hike on the Mr Lincoln's Neighborhood Walk. The description made it sound more interesting than it turned out to be, but we still enjoyed our walk through the woods
boardwalk trail
and saw the grave of Lincoln's sister Sarah.


After our hike we checked out the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Plaza
Lincoln memorial
which was a memorial to Lincoln's time in Indiana.
back of Lincoln Memorial
From the plaza we got back in the car and headed across the street to the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial.    

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