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Fireplaces extend your time outdoors: You can move outside earlier in spring and stay there longer into fall. From fancy to rustic, portable to permanent, find a design to suit your home’s...
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Your backyard is your private retreat. Enhance it by adding touches that make it special: a water feature, comfy seating, lovely plant beds, even just a hammock. Here is some inspiration.
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When you need a break from the big city, you don't have to go far. These escapes—including Amish Country, Indiana; Galena, Illinois; and Lake Geneva, Wisconsin—are within a one- to three-hour...
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Romance, of course, can be wherever the two of you are. But wonderful surroundings help. We found some of the most romantic places anywhere in the Midwest—in the city and country. All you have to do...
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Just two hours south of Cincinnati's bustle, Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill renews visitors with its authentic history and enduring sense of peace.
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Before throngs of tourists descend on Lake Superior's northern Wisconsin shore, discover the natural beauty that blossoms everywhere in friendly Bayfield.
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At top wildlife-viewing areas like Horicon Marsh, spring arrives with throngs of migrating birds.
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The crack of a baseball bat and the opening of bulbs mark the official start of spring in Cincinnati.
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A backroad getaway in Holmes County, Ohio, reveals the quiet life and artistry of Amish shops, restaurants and homes.
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In the historic college town of Granville, Ohio, you'll find plenty of cute shops and snug spots to melt away winter's chill.

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