It’s easy to miss a little Indiana article here and there. I do update every day! But have no fear, the weekly recap is here!

Are you ready and raring to dig into this week’s recap? Me too! Especially since it includes a fine example of Indiana bridges, the recently released little Indiana Travel App for Android, a super fun county museum–and then some.

Who knew Indiana towns had so much to do in them? Oh wait–I did and, I hope, you see it too by now!

little Indiana Weekly Recap

Hendricks County Bridge: Twin Bridges

Hendricks County Bridge: Twin Bridges

Corydon, Indiana: Corydon Capitol State Historic Site — Corydon, Indiana was the site of the state’s first capitol! This is an amazing peek into the past.

Cobweb Treasures Antiques Images from Kirklin, Indiana — If you like your Indiana antiques, you won’t want to miss Kirklin–or Cobweb Treasures Antiques! Shops like this help make this town the perfect place to spend the day.

Bell’s Pizza in Wolcott, Indiana — With a homemade style pizza, Bell’s Pizza is a staple in Wolcott–and the place the locals go to get good food!

Best Dessert Recipes: Cherries in the Snow — A quick and easy dessert, but also one of the best dessert recipes (and patriotic!) would have to be Cherries in the Snow.

Miami County Museum in Peru, Indiana — Miami County Museum in downtown Peru, Indiana is another “must see” attraction to add to your list! This circus town possesses more than one unique claim to fame: the circus, Cole Porter, the Miami Native American Tribe–and more.

little Indiana Android Travel App: Smart Mapping Makes Travel Easy — The little Indiana Travel App for Android is now available on Google Play! Don’t worry–if you are an iPhone and/or iPad user–you can easily find the little Indiana Travel App on iTunes.

Indiana Cemetery: Hindle/Hindel/Inwood Cemetery in Inwood, Indiana — The tall white headstones of Hindel/Hindle/Inwood Cemetery set off against a dark, stormy-looking sky caught my eye. I just had to investigate.

Indiana Bridges: Twin Bridges Images from Danville, Indiana — See the metal truss bridge in Danville, Indiana that makes up the other half of the Twin Bridges!

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