It’s easy to miss a little Indiana article here and there. But have no fear, the weekly recap is here!
This week we covered a lot of ground! You can download a free travel Indiana printable made by me, view a “What is little Indiana” video, and then check out some of the neat places and spaces we visited this time–including an organic cafe and an incredible bridge. Only in little Indiana.
little Indiana Week in Review
The Porch Cafe and Books Images from Danville, Indiana — This is one of the few places little Indiana and family have ever entered that boasted a completely organic menu.
little Indiana: Keep Calm and Travel Indiana Free Subway Art Printable — Have a love for traveling Indiana? Then share it with a free 8 x 10 poster printable made by me! Available in several colors, just select the color you want, print, and pop it in a frame.
Best Cookie Recipes: S’Mores Cookies — There is nothing easier to make than a S’more–but these S’mores Cookies Recipe, though only slightly more work, don’t require a campfire!
A. Dattilo Fruit Company in Madison, Indiana — You might think you have somehow left Madison, Indiana and stepped into Sesame Street when you see fresh fruit and veggie vendor A. Dattilo Fruit Company in the heart of town!
What is little Indiana? Travel Video in Wabash, Indiana — This is only a taste of what’s to come! Remember the little Indiana travel series pilot pitch is in the editing room. So, think of this as a warm-up, an introduction of what’s ahead. See how you can help make this dream a reality!
Indiana Bridges: Boner Bridge Images from Hatfield, Indiana — This is an amazing Indiana bridge–and is still in use today!
Indiana Blogs: Don Sedberry — Indiana blogger Don Sedberry covers a wide range of topics, from education to technology, to creative writing and the definition of evil (which takes the shape of Teletubbies, and I so agree)–in a thought-provoking and usually humorous way.
That’s a Wrap
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