:One of my favorite things to do on a Saturday morning is jump on my ebike and head over to the Nickle Plate Trail (Fishers, Indiana). A newer trail, it's not as crowded and busy as the popular Monon Trail and has a wonderful mix of nature and downtown Fishers city landscape.
The trail also connects to Fisher's popular Cheeney Creek Natural Area. After locking my ebike I enjoy venturing off on the beautiful wooded trails around the large peaceful pond. There is also a paved trail that winds along the creek and I believe it's about a 2 mile trail.
On Saturdays just of the Nickle Plate Trail at the Nickle Plate District (NPD) Amphitheater there is a Farmers Market with a large variety of vendors offering unique items, foods, and beverages.
One of the best things about living in this area is that I can literally walk or ride my bike to get everything I need if I desired not to drive. 116th St. from 69N to Allisonville Rd. offers numerous resteraunts, Target, Kroger grocery store, CVS, Walgreens, and on the other side of 69N on 116th: IKEA, Top Golf, Kroger and the incredible Yard at Fishers District.
What's more awesome than being able to walk to a summer concert in your own backyard? The Nickle Plate Amphitheater never disappoints. This coming labor day weekend to end the summer concert season they will have the 10th annual Fishers Blues Fest!
For nature lovers, Fishers offers 24 parks totaling nearly 600 acres and if that's not enough then the popular Fort Harrison State Park nearby is sure to scratch the outdoors itch.
And for lake lovers popular Geist Reservoir and Marina are only minutes away.
Rainy days? No problem. Can walk to the huge Hamilton East Public Library situated between the Nickle Plate Trail and the NPD Amphitheater. Or go have fun bowling at Pinheads or swinging clubs at Top Golf.
Want to live like this everyday too?
Check out these Fishers homes for sale near Nickle Plate Trail and/or these homes for sale near Geist Reservoir. And here are the most recently listed homes for sale in Fishers to consider as well.
By Ryan Hakes
thrive...with the body ravaged by chemical dependency or deadly disease, the newborn struggles to stay alive."
Medical teams, hospitals, and researchers have taken a unique and surprisingly effective approach to help combat this tragedy: volunteers are recruited to visit the medical facilities on a daily basis to hold, touch, and speak to these beautiful and precious gifts of God.
Medical researches were able to confirm by providing loving care and attention to the babies, the volunteers selfless actions increase the survival rate of the babies dramatically.
"The truth is plain" Allen comments, "Love makes a difference...without it you will die. Failure to thrive really means "failure to be loved."
These amazing volunteers displayed the spiritual fruit of Agape (selfless, sacrificial, generous) love. They live "the most excellent way" the Apostle Paul mentioned when he spoke the most famous words ever recorded about love:
"And yet I will show you the most excellent way.
If I speak in the tongues of men or of angels but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have a faith that can move mountains, but do not have love, I am nothing. If I give all I possess to the poor and give over my body to hardship that I may boast, b but do not have love, I gain nothing.
Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.
Love never fails." (1 Corinthians 12:31 - 13:8)
I often reflect on what the late pastor Jarrid Wilson once said in this remarkable illustrated sermon: Life Without Love is a Waste of Time
While each of us may not have the extra time or ability to go spend time with newborns at hospitals in need of love and attention, we all can see an entire culture around us failing to thrive and dying from a drought of agape love in this world. And everyday each of us have a decision to walk by those we see in need of love and attention or choose to sacrifice a few moments of time to make a surprising difference in their lives with love.
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Housing data released by the MIBOR BLC® comparing January 2020 to January 2021 shows:
Dr. Elliot Eisenberg, an internationally acclaimed economist and public speaker says, “Nationally, the housing market is expected to remain strong through 2021 due to a combination of favorable demographics, continued low interest rates, easier access to credit, and a continued lack of inventory. That said, sales are very unlikely to exceed the very strong levels of activity they have exhibited over the last half of 2020. They should, however, be able to maintain or come very close to maintaining that level of during 2021. Home prices should continue to rise, but by about half the rate they experienced in 2020. Housing is a bright spot in our recovering economy and should remain so going forward.”
EXISTING-HOME SALES DATA
NAR releases national and regional existing-home sales price and volume statistics on or about the 25th of each month. Each report includes data for 12 months and annual totals going back three years. Reports are available for existing single-family homes, condos , and co-ops. Both median and average prices are included.
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As reported by the Indianapolis Business Journal Real Estate Weekly, The average rate for 30-year mortgages was unchanged at 2.73% in the week ended February 4, according to FreddieMac. The rate for 15-year mortgages rose from 2.20% to 2.21%.