May June 2010 Midwest Living | Midwest Living

May June 2010 Midwest Living

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A Wisconsin gardener mingles artful pieces with colorful blooms to create a magical yard full of inspiration.
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This Kansas City yard hosts a summerlong party, thanks to friendly patios, entertaining dining areas and plenty of amenities for relaxing in the garden.
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Set the stage for summer with our guide to the best state parks, decorating tips for porches, and a story about laid-back Midwest family lake resorts.
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Ohio's biggest city boasts plenty of top-tier attractions, but lesser-known neighborhoods truly reveal the town's charm.
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Minnesota's Detroit Lakes region keeps it old-school with wonderfully lost-in-time resorts that lure families back for generations.
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If you haven't made it to Wrigleyville for a Cubs game, it's time to experience this indelible part of Chicago. There's plenty to explore even when Wrigley's gates are closed.
Ludington State Park
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We hiked. We swam. We even peeked in the bathrooms. All to bring you a state-by-state guide to 36 of the Midwest's greatest natural treasures.
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Use our easy decorating tips to pretty up your porch with all the cozy comforts of an indoor room. Then sit back, relax and savor summer—alfresco style.
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Borrow ideas from a Chicago-area Colonial to boost the style and function of your home. Architectural touches and easy room changes make it happen.
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We all have one: A dish that convinces everyone you cooked for hours, when—ssshhh!—you whipped it together in a few minutes. Ready to hear our secrets?

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