Letter From the Editor: Welcome home |

Letter From the Editor: Welcome home |

Though gas prices stay higher, it appeared harmless to think that some people today (not all) would limit or decrease journey this summertime and shell out far more time at dwelling. That imagined impressed the theme for this summer season magazine- “HER Yard.” I considered it would be fascinating to showcase some local backyards, equally literally and metaphorically speaking.

Address lady Barbara Sullivan of Hagerstown has been gardening her complete lifetime. With assist from her relatives, she spends substantially of her summer time months tending a wide range of crops.

Frequent HER Health and fitness columnist Nancy Lewis provides us a glimpse of her yard and shares gardening and landscaping tips and tricks she’s acquired around the many years. HER Next Act contributor Cindy Oler previews the “Marvin and Bear Show,” which stars two quirky animals who live on her Economic climate farm. New Castle Mom of eight Caroline Hamilton crops a garden and cans the create to delight in year-round.

Lifeless Headers Greenhouse in Spiceland, a state-accredited nursery and United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) certified farmers market, shares their humble commencing and enterprise success.

For Summit Lake’s all-feminine administration personnel, a state park spanning far more than 2,000 acres is practically their yard. Home Supervisor Nicole LeCrone and Assistant Property Manager Heather Zengler both equally reside on-web-site though Workplace Manager Holly Walker life appropriate all-around the corner.

Comply with the Yellow Brick Street to Knightstown as Lisa White shares the inspiration for her freshly-opened antique keep. Middletown-area resident Lisa Cleveland, a qualified massage therapist, makes house phone calls for animals. 

Cadiz resident Betty Wisehart celebrates her 97th birthday surrounded by loved ones and buddies.

Some writers showcased in this problem individual Airbnb attributes, this means they rent full homes or condos to vacationers, backyards bundled. When I Googled Airbnb homes in Henry County, I was amazed to find far more than 18 listings.

I couldn’t characteristic each Airbnb in a solitary journal and it undoubtedly wasn’t my goal to say a single assets is improved than another. Instead, I assumed it would be enjoyable to showcase a handful of Airbnbs readily available in our group. These homes present incredible facilities and have seriously neat tales. 

For occasion, attorney Mary Willis gives a lakeside oasis wherever her mother as soon as lived. Regional Realtor Jon Kindred and his wife, Ashlee, meticulously prepared and developed a area to make readers truly feel at home away from home. New Castle Pastor Rod Smith hosts exclusive site visitors from all above the nation in his downtown apartment. In Knightstown, Jeff and Johnna Vickers rent the historic EH Tower Property, which was designed in the 1800s. Airbnb house owners were quick to praise Henry County and position out enjoyable location points of interest in close proximity to their households. 

Just after all, Henry County is our yard. Play, investigate, take in and enjoy! 

HER Journal Editor Katie Clontz resides in New Castle with her spouse, Kurtis, and their four small children. If it’s not also warm, she enjoys studying a ebook on the back deck.