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SIGNS, SIGNS: Hoosier Park

Hoosier Park- win big!
so the casino ads say  
not my cup of tea

Hoosier Park- horses…
thoroughbred & standard-bred
style: harness racing

sharing with Lesley's 

Hoosier Quote:
“The most comfortable people on a hayride are the horses.”
~Don Herold~


Photo Cache said…
Second casino sign for today, hmmm.

RedPat said…
Not my cup of tea either but I like the sign!
I like the quote: “The most comfortable people on a hayride are the horses.” It confirms what some suspect … that horses are just four legged people. :)
ellen b. said…
Now I'm going to have to google Hoosier to see where it is. It is a city, correct?
Tom said…
Not my cup of tea either. Tom The Backroads Traveller
Nonnie said…
For Ellen and others unaware of the word 'Hoosier'- Hoosier is the nickname for us who live in Indiana. The casino-horse racing park is located in Anderson, Indiana.
betty-NZ said…
I left the Hoosier state almost 40 years ago--long before casinos popped up. Sometimes, I'd like to see what's changed since then.
Nonnie said…
Just in Muncie, there have been enormous changes- a mall, bypass for road 67, I69 runs nearly the lenght of Indiana, Ball State has added greatly on their campus. Then Indianapolis- too numerous to list, but the best are White River Gardens, the zoo and the Children's Museum and the various art museums!

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