A lot of Indiana is flat. In fact, it's so flat that you can pretty much see from Indianapolis to Chicago, except for that one big stand of trees in Lafayette.
We are in south central Indiana, at the western edge of the south
central Indiana highlands. Our property is tucked in a little hollow
and a lot of the prevailing winds go right over us. [Thank heaven,
because the wind and I are not friends.]
You can only really see the contour of the land when there's snow on the ground.