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Gentian Lake, part of the Seven Sisters Lakes chain at Wing Haven Nature Preserve and Trine State Recreation Area might typify what lakes were once like in northeast Indiana, with no development and supporting a variety of wildlife.

Going to the lake is what northeast Indiana is all about, whether it is a quiet spot like Gentian or a busy place like Sylvan, James or Wawasee.

‘The lake’ is a state of mind in northeast Indiana BY MIKE MARTURELLO mmarturello@kpcmedia.com

SNOW LAKE — For years people in northeast Indiana have talked about going to “the lake.” It’s as if there’s this one big body of water, like a Lake Michigan or a Lake Erie where everyone in this large geographic

region gravitates to each weekend, for the summer or to make their year-round home. “My family has a house on Lake James and I am guilty as charged as saying the generic ‘going to the lake’ phrase. Growing up here, I never realized the oddity of what I was saying, but the truth is, we do have over 100 lakes in northeast Indiana.

It seems to be a regional colloquialism that is a bit confusing to newcomers,” said Courtney Tritch, director of marketing with the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership, which promotes improving northeast Indiana from its economy to quality of life. To someone new to the community, “the lake” can make one scratch the head.

Lynette Donley, Fort Wayne, said upon moving to northeast Indiana she often heard people talking about going to the lake for the weekend. For this person from The Region — northwest Indiana — she wondered where this lake that everyone visited was to be found. See LAKE page 3

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LAKE From page 2

“So where’s this lake?,” she said, smiling. Of course, she learned that the lake is found in many places in Steuben, Noble, LaGrange and Kosciusko counties in northeast Indiana; there’s not just one lake. In Steuben County, for years the Angola Area Chamber of Commerce, then the Steuben County Tourism Bureau, adopted a slogan boasting of the community having 101 lakes. A check with the U.S. Geological Survey will tell you there are more than 101 lakes in Steuben County, but 115 or 116 doesn’t have a nice ring to it. Kosciusko County boasts having the largest inland lake in Indiana at Lake Wawasee, which at some 3,060 surface acres is nearly three times larger than Lake James (1,140 acres). There are scores of lakes in Noble and LaGrange counties, all either home to year-round residents or seasonal visitors, many who by now no doubt have set up shop for the coming summer months. Some lakes are tiny spots to go fishing or bird watching, others are the place where high speed boating and partying rules. No matter where the lake is, it is a place of relaxation. To many who make their homes at the lake, for the summer or

year-round, it is a certain way of life. “When I hear someone mention ‘the lake’ I instantly visualize any body of water here in Steuben County; boats cruising, people fishing, sitting on the pier watching the sun go down. No better place to live,” said Mark Bock, an Angola Realtor who grew up on and still lives at Snow Lake. It certainly is a way of life, one that conjures up feeling of family, of relaxation. “It’s different for everyone. Peace, nostalgia, remembering fond childhood memories. The lakes are special for everyone, from the people with lakeside cottages to our many visitors who have come to enjoy the water here and all that it and our community has to offer,” said June Julien, executive director of the Steuben County Tourism Bureau. To Tritch, who has worked in Chicago and now is back in Fort Wayne and can regularly visit her family’s first basin home on Lake James, there’s something beyond just getting one’s toes wet in the water. “While there are so many lakes, there is something about lake life that makes you feel a sense of community not found in other places. I wonder if that’s why people say ‘the lake.’ They obviously know there

are dozens of lakes, but it would feel odd for me to say ‘I am going to Lake James.’ I think the reason it would feel strange to say the specific lake is because it would feel like I was separating myself and ‘my lake’ as if it was somehow better or different than yours,” Tritch said. “And the very nature of the lake community runs opposite of that. When you’re at ‘the lake’ you are completely relaxed; you barbecue with your neighbors; and you wave to

everyone who floats by.” So, in essence, the lake is northeast Indiana. It’s what this community, all of the cities, towns, counties … and lakes … are all about. “Perhaps ‘the lake’ doesn’t refer to a specific location at all,” Tritch said, “but rather a state of mind.” Welcome to summer, folks, that northeast Indiana state of mind … at the lake!

It’s finally here! The calendar might not officially say it’s summer, but all of the activities and fun associated with summer fun in northeast Indiana are rolling once again. Just what makes life special in northeast Indiana is what this special section is all about. Living on the lake or visiting the lake is like a state of mind, some say. People have been living or vacationing at northeast Indiana’s lakes for generations, and some have preserved cottages for more than 100 years, in some cases. We hope you are looking forward to another great season in the outdoors in

our area that is so rich with fun activities outdoors, whether you are a child or sitting on that rocker under the willow tree at water’s edge. We welcome your feedback and ideas for future articles about summer in beautiful northeast Indiana. This section is also available online at kpcnews.com. One the cover: A collection of old postcards provided by Lake James historian Jim Somers shows cottage life at Lake James from around the turn of the 20th century.

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The cottage — ‘sophisticated camping,’ no worries BY JENNIFER DECKER jdecker@kpcmedia.com

LAKE JAMES — To Flaim Cupp, life at her Lake James cottage has always been about “sophisticated camping,” as she put it. Cupp returned to living in the centennial cottage circa 1910-15 she spent summers at as a girl. Her memories rush back at every turn. “We moved up here 10 years ago and my goal was to keep it a cottage,” she said. “The point was to get out of the city and I think it was important to preserve.” Cupp said there is something about a cottage: the sound of the door slamming just so, windows kept open to hear the outdoors, room to take a deep breath. Worries, if any, are few. “If you’re barefoot and kids run through and spill lemonade there’s no worry,” she said about activity cottages bring. Like with anything, progress can’t be avoided. “When Lane 470A got paved I cried,” Cupp said. She wants to honor historical cottages through the Lake James Association Centennial Cottages project. Cupp organizes the project with another resident, Jim Somers.

“We pick one or two cottages a year, but don’t have any yet (this year),” he said. “Over the years, we have 15-16 that have retained their flavor. There’s no dyed-in-thewool criteria. They were mostly recognized in maintaining their original quality.” Somers said any newly-designated centennial cottages are honored with a certificate during the association’s annual meeting. To honor those memories and life centered around cottages, Cupp and Somers also wrote the book, “A History of Lake James.” Advertisements in the book showed cottages rented for $1.50 per day or $6-$15 for the week. An ad for Louck’s Grocery, which was on Lake James’ fourth basin, known as Snow Lake, boasted pure lake ice and a motto of “fairness to all — live and let live.” To many, cottages offer that getaway feeling, a chance to take a deep breath and live the good life. Some folks around Steuben County also have interesting cottage histories. Merchant Frank Jackson reportedly won his Lake James cottage in a poker game. Jackson was known as a gambler and it wasn’t unusual for him to acquire property as part of his winnings.

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Other Steuben County lake associations don’t have formal historical designations for structures. Bob Lowden with the Crooked Lake Association said three cottages perch on shoreline there are from around 1905. Two of those are built of field stone. He said cottages appearing around the lake was a gradual process. The road first had to be built to

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a gas station, three cottages by the lake, and two larger storybook-looking cabins on the hillside overlooking the lake. Bathrooms for the cabins were in the gas station and running water was outside the cabin. Bud also rented out about 10 fishing boats. In addition to selling gas and oil products, Bud had bait and tackle, fishing nets hanging in the window, Pokagon Beverage Co. pop, Coca-Cola and milk in the upright cooler. Bread was stored on top of the cooler. There were candy bars and souvenirs in the glass case and guns and knives on the wall. It was quite a gathering place for the men in town and card games were held in the backroom. Wilma raised night crawlers and loved to fish. Dave and Carolyn Dilts bought the property and cleared it of the buildings except the gas station they used to operate the office of their septic pumping business. After the Dilts decided on another location, they rented the station to Carol Frenger, who had a yarn shop in the building and also taught knitting. In 2006, the Bumgarners bought the property and built their retirement home on it. The gas station stayed a yarn shop for a couple more years before Frenger relocated to her home. Today, the Shell station remains much the same as it appeared many years ago minus the island pumps and advertisements. During the early years, it shared the intersection with Lakeview Court and four other gas stations: Sinclair, Phillips 66, Standard Oil and the Half Way Truck Stop during the 1950s. Want a copy of that photo? Order a photo reprint online today! It’s easy...

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“Mom. There’s nothing to do.” How often have moms everywhere heard this from their offspring during the summer months when school is not in session? Today kids can carry their own electronic entertainment in iPods, iPads and iPhones. They can spend hours, even days indoors playing video games and watching TV. Supervised and unsupervised opportunities, both free and with fees, exist in the four-county area for kids to get outdoors, get some exercise, socialize with others, learn about nature and have a good time during the summer season. Park departments, church-based organizations, cities, towns and county governments offer a seemingly endless array of youth programs. Lakes have protected swimming areas with lifeguards. Parks have playgrounds, ball fields, soccer fields, hiking and biking trails and open, grassy, wooded areas for kids to use their imaginations for games and play. Every community in the four-county area has a public park, and the larger communities have organized summer park programs for children. The Kendallville Park and Recreation Department’s Summer Day Camp for children is June 16-July 25. Children can enjoy games, arts and crafts, swimming, environmental studies, hikes, swimming in Bixler Lake Park. Call the park department at 347-1064 for more information. Kids can play disc golf on the east and west sides of Bixler Lake. The summer recreation program for children in Angola at Commons Park is June 16-Aug. 15. Fundamentals in baseball, golf, tennis, football and soccer, backyard games and crafts, swimming, and hunter safety and archery are among the supervised activities. Call 665-1588 for more information.

Kids can drive Go-Karts at Rapid Raceway at Crooked Lake. Through the LaGrange County Parks and Recreation Department, 6-11 year-olds can enjoy a Nature Bound program, and 12-16-year-olds can participate in a challenging Adventure Bound program. Call LaGrange County Parks and Recreation at 854-2225 for more information. Special events are scheduled at in David Rogers Memorial Park. The Filling Station Youth Center in Butler offers a BMX bike course, roller skating and other games and activities for children 5 and over on Tuesdays and Thursday from 4-6 p.m., and Fridays from 7 to 10 p.m. For more information, call 868-5683. Auburn’s Eckhart Park has a community pool. For more information about Auburn Parks and Recreation Department programs for children, call 925-2997. Roller skating is at the Skatin’ Station in Auburn, and the Auburn Recreation Center has bowling. Garrett’s Feick Park has a community swimming pool. Call the Garrett Parks Department at 357-5727 for more information about the summer program for children. In Albion the splash pad has a grand opening May 31. YMCAs in Kendallville, Angola, Auburn and Ashley have programs and activities for kids of all ages. The Cole Center Family YMCA has a junior golf camp, a youth soccer camp and a youth girls basketball camp during the summer. Call the Cole Y at 347-9622, the YMCA in Auburn at 925-9622, the YMCA in Ashley at 587-9611 and the YMCA of Steuben County in Angola at 668-3607. The Pigeon River Fish and Wildlife Area has canoeing and hiking in a protected wildlife area. Call 367-2164 for more information The Chain O’Lakes State Park near Albion

and the Pokagon State Park near Angola have several outdoor activities for children including camping, swimming, nature hikes and wildlife studies. A fishing contest is scheduled for June 7. Call 636-2654 for summer children’s programs. Pokagon State Park has horseback riding, nature trails, fishing, swimming, camping and many other activities. Call 833-2012. Public libraries in Kendallville, Rome City, Auburn, Albion, Ligonier, LaGrange and Angola have summer program reading programs and activities for children of all ages. At the Kendallville Public Library, the children’s summer reading program theme is “Fizz, Boom, Read.” Churches offer youth programs and vacation Bible schools. Check with your park and recreation departments, libraries and state parks for children’s programs and activities.

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