Where's Larry?

Hidden vineyards, farm-to-table hotspots, state parks with breathtaking views, and exciting city attractions. The Indiana Uplands has adventures for everyone. Join Larry Pejeau on the road as he explores home-grown Hoosier hospitality and diverse cultural experiences throughout our thriving region.

An Indiana Uplander by Choice

I wandered into the Indiana Uplands region by chance. I became a Hoosier by choice.

The topography, cultural history, friendly neighbors, and rugged individualism found over every hill and valley drew us into this incredible region. My wife and I found a home, raised a family, ran our businesses, and plugged into the community. Now, I am continuing my journey in the Indiana Uplands to share the unique places, people, and cultural activities that make our region incredible.


Blue RIver

Experience winding bends, seasonal rapids & chutes, impressive limestone bluffs, cave entrances, and natural springs. Whether you’re looking for a challenging kayak adventure, a relaxing family trip, or a great fishing locale, Blue River has something for everyone.


T.C. Steele State Historic Site

Painter T.C. Steele and his wife Selma built their home in 1907 among Brown County’s rolling hills, scenic vistas, and majestic trees. Today, you can visit the house, studios, and landscaped grounds that inspired the noted Indiana artist’s beautiful impressionist paintings.


Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum

Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum is a sculpture park where the public may walk freely amongst over 150 outdoor sculptures installed along 3 miles of paths in the deep woodlands of Solsberry, IN. Visiting when the hills and valley trees are full with leaves provides surprises around each bend of the meandering trail.


Brown County State Park

With 100 miles of hiking, biking and horse riding trails at Brown County State Park, this gem of the Uplands is among the Midwest’s best places for mountain biking. Join Larry as he attempts to reach one the highest points in Indiana.


Oolitic, Indiana

A small town with a rich limestone history. Take a scenic drive to see carved eagle heads, a larger-than-life comic strip boxer, and the home of limestone used to erect the Empire State Building.


Avoca Fish Hatchery

Thanks to grant support and dedicated volunteers, Avoca Fish Hatchery has become Lawrence County’s first public park and will soon feature renovated walking trails, open green space, rentable shelters & event spaces, historic stone structures, picnic tables, and much more.