During a few jam-packed days in Indianapolis this week, I got a crash-course in racing from Donald Davidson, the historian at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum
The collection of winning cars on display in the museum is quite thrilling and as part of this year’s centennial celebration of the Indianapolis 500, fans are being asked to help choose the greatest 33 drivers of the race’s first 100 years.
While in town, I also got schooled on mead – which is wine made from honey – during a fun tasting with Brett Canaday who, with his wife Tia Agnew, operates New Day Meadery, Indiana’s first and only meadery. (If you go, be sure to taste the mead made from blueberries)
And, of course, I spent a few hours poking around Indianapolis International Airport in search of souvenirs to share with you on Souvenir Sunday, a day that celebrates the fun, inexpensive and local items for sale at airports.
IND doesn’t disappoint.
After I tore myself away from Just Pop In, a store that sells popcorn with unusual flavors,
I found some fun Indy 500 race souvenirs
Do you shop for fun stuff when you’re stuck at the airport? If you find something that’s inexpensive (around $10), “of” the city or region and, ideally, a bit offbeat, please snap a photo and send it along.
If your souvenir is featured on Souvenir Sunday here at StuckatTheAirport.com, I’ll send you a special airport souvenir.
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