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Philip Gulley

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Phil Gulley: Grand Ambitions

“It’s odd that I feel such fondness for someone who drove me crazy while he was living, but time plays tricks on the memory, retaining the good, discarding the bad.”

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Phil Gulley: Cross Words for the Indiana General Assembly and State Fair

I’d like to point out to the State Fair that the taxpayers, not the Indiana General Assembly, funded the renovation of those historic horse barns.

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Phil Gulley on Neighbors and Fences

“I won’t be putting up ‘No Trespassing’ signs, since I would be delighted to see children trespassing in our woods.”

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Our Most Livable Small Towns: Greenfield

Slowly and steadily, the Hancock County center is coming into its own—without losing its rural character.

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Our Most Livable Small Towns: Lebanon

A lot of city people think it’s farther than Timbuktu, but 20 years ago they’d have said the same thing about Zionsville: ‘Where?’” You can get from the store to Victory Field seats in 30 minutes flat.

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Phil Gulley on Small Town Living

There are many things a small town has to offer: friendships, a casual pace not often found in the city, and a feeling of well-being and security no lock can provide. But if you’re looking for privacy, you’re better off in the city, where you can live next door to someone for a dozen years without ever learning their names or knowing anything about them.

Pendleton
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Our Most Livable Small Towns: Pendleton

A surprisingly sweet Main Street makes this town past Geist a best-kept secret.

Franklin
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Our Most Livable Small Towns: Franklin

With a revitalized courthouse square, the Johnson County seat has emerged from Greenwood’s suburban shadow.

Plainfield
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Our Most Livable Small Towns: Plainfield

With more than 20 miles of trails, Plainfield is one of the area’s most connected communities.

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Phil Gulley: Ashes to Ashes

“I’m odd that way—if something makes me puke, I generally avoid it from then on.”

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Phil Gulley: Backseat Driver

“I grew up four doors down from the current president of the Speedway, Doug Boles, so I’m confident he’ll take these suggestions seriously.”

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Phil Gulley: Early Edition

My first stop was the Hotel Jones, cleverly named for its owner, Mrs. Jones.

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Phil Gulley: Flagging Support

“There was never a war he didn’t support, though never quite enough to go himself.”

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Philip Gulley: Cabin Fever

“I’m hoping when my wife sees E.B. White’s writing cabin, she’ll realize how important the proper environment is to authors and do her part to help the cause of literature.”

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Phil Gulley: Love Letter

The next best thing to reading a hand-written letter sent to you is reading a handwritten letter sent to someone else.

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