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    You should pack one of the popular brands of maps for Indiana and one "what to see" guide.AAA members can get both of those for free at their AAA office. Others will have to buy something like the Rand Mcnally or American Maps Co. map and the Delorme guide. National Geographic has a nice laminated map and guide set (that is a bit pricey but is...

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    Big. Big bags. Suitcases are a good invention. Don't bring real leather, becasue if you do any sight seeing, believe me, you WILL get dirty and maybe a little scuffed. Bring tennis shoes and dressy shoes. There are a lot of rocks and trees to climb, but there are also fancier places to dine. T-shirts, sweatshirts aren't a bad idea; it can get...

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    In Indiana, it all depends on how long you are going to be staying. In the late fall and early spring and winter, bring lots and lots of layers of clothes. In the summer, shorts and a T-shirt and sandals are your best bet. We have plenty of places to buy film and all your other camera needs. Even though you won't really need that much film since...

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    dress for the season. In the fall and winter you may get radical temperature changes very quickly Mosquito and tick repellent,sunblock you may want to bring extra camera batteries or pick some up before you get to the park especially late in the season.the park is open but the store is closed. in the summer prepare for mosquitos and ticks. at...

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    Indiana has all four seasons even though Spring and Fall are sometimes very short. If you visit here from a warmer climate, bring a coat,in the winter (especially this one) bring your boots, also. Photography is one of our hobbies. There are many things all across our state that are worthy of photographing. Parks, lakes, beaches, cities, homes,...

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    It truly depends on the time of year you visit, if you are in for a convention, hard sided luggage is good, if you want to do the parks, backpacks are a welcome addition. Comfortable shoes will suffice for most hiking, although boots can be needed for some of the more strenous trails, rain gear is a must, as 'if you don't like the weather here,...

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    Indiana tends to be hot and muggy during June and July, cold during December and January and possibly February, rainy in March and April, and can be quite beautiful with moderate temperatures in May and in September - November. There is a saying about Indiana that if you don't like the weather just wait awhile as it can change dramatically....

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