Since the people I was with and I were young, our parents instilled a sense of prefer & responsibility for the planet, both of us recycled & lived a red life as much as possible, then one way they helped us prefer & prefer the world was to show us the magic of nature. Both of us had traveled to so many beautiful places across the country & planet. Both of us got to see appealing flora & fauna while embracing odd cultures, but every year, we’d pick a location on the map & go for a visit. But when the people I was with and I left for school, these trips became less frequent; Last summer, I chose to go back home instead of traveling with friends, however i wanted us to plan a new trip, even if it was just within the country, but my sibling came with news of a new place she had just discoveredâ€¦ She wanted us to tour Evansville, Indiana, & see the Hartman Arboretum. Both of us made plans, booked a hotel, & paid for flight tickets. But at the last hour, our parents couldn’t make it due to work commitments. They made us go without them, & the people I was with and I loved the trip more than the people I was with and I had thought the people I was with and I would. Summer was here & quite overheated when the people I was with and I landed in Indiana. My first thought was I hoped the hotel rooms had an excellent cooling unit to keep us comfortable. The day after the people I was with and I arrived, the people I was with and I opted to go to the Hartman Arboretum & were quite blown away by the experience. It was 1 of the few Arboretums I had seen located on private property & was designed by 1 of the owners, Grant Hartman; She began toiling on this masterpiece in 2001, & the Hartman family maintains it to date. Inside, other visitors & the people I was with and I got a opportunity to tour three magnificent gardens plus a stampery & a native vine arbor.