Staffed by a medical team that includes board-certified eye surgeons as well as facial plastic surgeons, Michiana Eye Center & Facial Plastic Surgery helps patients not only improve the way they see the world but also the way the world sees them. Ophthalmologists and optometrists routinely tackle imparities such as nearsightedness and cataracts with appointments ranging from routine eye exams to laser vision correction. The center's Optical Shoppe houses highly trained opticians who help match patrons with prescription eyewear, contact lenses, or designer monocles. Clients hoping to enhance their appearances sans new eyewear can swing by for skincare services by a licensed aesthetician or plastic surgery by Dr. Adam Cohen.
The menagerie of inflatable stations at Concord Bounce test the seemingly limitless energy of their young patrons within a climate-controlled atmosphere. Inflatable pirate ships and castles stimulate the imagination as their inhabitants play and socialize. An 18-foot slide, inflatable tee-ball field and air-filled obstacle course help children to develop motor skills and eliminate the need for parents to drench daily exercise in applesauce. As their children frolic, adult visitors can smile quietly to themselves knowing that the staff cleans and sterilizes the sock-friendly structures before each playtime. Alternately, they can supervise from within the play area or entertain themselves with arcade games, television, and free WiFi.
Auto Clinic's friendly, dedicated staff has kept cars on Michiana roads for more than three decades. Within their full-service NAPA AutoCare Center and Bosch-authorized service center, they treat all makes and models of foreign and domestic cars with maintenance and diagnostic services, such as oil changes and bumper-to-bumper inspections. For repairs, they draw from a vast inventory of more than 375,000 parts, 1,000 of which are the same novelty horn from The Dukes of Hazzard. NAPA's Peace of Mind warranty stands behind much of their handiwork, covering qualifying repairs and services for 12 months or 12,000 miles.
Plymouth Sky Sports staffers coach newbies through every step of the tandem-skydiving process, from prelaunch to postlanding. Before embarking on a skyward voyage, parachuting novices attend a half-hour instructional class going through the fundamentals of skydiving, including which direction to fall and which birds are jerks. Certified diving buddies fit each cadet with a safety harness and a full set of jumping gear before ascending two miles skyward, attaching themselves to their students, and launching both bodies into the blue. After a one-minute freefall, the parachute deploys, and students can use their newfound skills to help steer toward the landing target or nearby half-time show.
Deadwood certainly seems abandoned. A wooden church, saloon, and jail all line the main drag, which looks relatively untouched from the town's apocryphal founding in 1876. But then it happens: a small orb of paint zooms down from the roof of the nearby inn, revealing that you are not alone. The ghost town comes back to life in a high-speed game of paintball.
Fort Knox Paintball looks like something out a paintball player's wildest dreams, assuming their dreams are monitored by friendly judges. The outdoor grounds sprawl across more than a dozen play areas, including "The Town of Deadwood" and the "Bridge on the River Kwai." That long, wooden bridge takes players over water and within sight of the POW Camp, where opponents might lurk inside any building. An 86-foot long pirate ship helps players disappear into the Bermuda Triangle, and then there's the eponymous Fort Knox field. Five towers and three stories form a secure team base?but the surrounding woods offers countless places for invaders to hide.
In addition to walk-on play, Fort Knox Paintball often hosts "big games," during which the best paintball players can compete for victory.