little Indiana Weekly Recap 10/1/2012 — 10/6/2012

///little Indiana Weekly Recap 10/1/2012 — 10/6/2012

little Indiana Weekly Recap 10/1/2012 — 10/6/2012

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

What a week! From the alpaca farm where we hand feed alpaca to a small town dress shop that’s big on style to kangaroo jerky at House of Jerky and a visit at an old bank turned fair trade and antiques shop–we had more than just a little fun. Add to that some time spent in the kitchen with a new scones recipe and homemade dinner rolls (no bread machine required) on top of the Hoosier Horror Blog Hop and you’ve got a lot to catch up on.

If you think this week is great, just wait until you see next week!

little Indiana Weekly Recap

Portland Arch Nature Preserve: Fountain, Indiana

Portland Arch Nature Preserve: Fountain, Indiana

Images from Bell Upholstery and The Corner Oak in Hagerstown, Indiana — It’s always fun to see what kind of unique shops can be found in a town and in Hagerstown, Indiana that would be Bell Upholstery!

House of Jerky in Nashville, Indiana — Nashville, Indiana has so many unique and quirky shops–including House of Jerky!

Arcadia Wine and Spirits in Arcadia, Indiana — You are probably surprised to see Wine and Spirits in Arcadia, Indiana on little Indiana. But this isn’t your ordinary liquor shop.

Images from Portland Arch Nature Preserve in Fountain, Indiana — The Portland Arch Nature Preserve in Fountain, Indiana was so incredibly beautiful, peaceful, and boasts just under a mile of trail to tromp along.

Best Dinner Rolls: No Bread Machine Required — Since the loss of my bread machine a few months ago (it danced itself off the counter), I was thrilled to discover this recipe for the best dinner rolls!

Ball Hill Cemetery: Cutler, Indiana

Ball Hill Cemetery: Cutler, Indiana

Best Scones Recipes: Lemon Poppy Seed Scones — I love Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins and now I can add this Lemon Poppy Seed Scones recipe to the list!

6 Indiana Town Cemeteries Where Things (Could) Go Bump in the Night — Six Indiana cemeteries across the state to give you a bit of Indiana history with a touch of Halloween spookiness thrown in for good measure. Head to the Hoosier Horror Blog Hop for heaps more haunting fun!

Weddings and Prom: Madison, Indiana — There’s no need to turn to big box when you have a local option like Weddings and Prom in Madison, Indiana. With a boutique feel, this has been a long time addition to the gorgeous, historic downtown.

Whispering Pines Alpaca Farm: Nashville, Indiana

Whispering Pines Alpaca Farm: Nashville, Indiana

Whispering Pines Alpaca Farm in Nashville, Indiana — little Indiana and family had the chance to get up close and personal with the alpaca herd at Whispering Pines Alpaca in Nashville, Indiana.

Kirklin, Indiana: Old Bank Antiques Images — Inside of Old Bank Antiques in Kirklin, Indiana, you’ll find more than what’s advertised. This small town shop specializes in Fair Trade goods!

Portland Arch Cemetery/Bear Cemetery/Portland Cemetery in Fountain, Indiana — Portland Arch Cemetery, Portland Cemetery, Bear Cemetery–whatever you call it, this Fountain, Indiana cemetery is very old and rather large.

Images from Stop 301 Shoppes in Chesterton, Indiana — Local residents of Chesterton, Indiana will remember Stop 301 Shoppes as the old location of a restaurant!

That’s All She Wrote!

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About the Author:

Jessica Nunemaker is the Owner of Little Indiana.com. More than a website, Little Indiana is a book, "Little Indiana: Small Town Destinations" (IU Press) awarded first place in the "Best in Indiana Journalism for a Nonfiction Book" by the Indiana Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Little Indiana is also a bi-monthly newspaper column in a local paper and a PBS segment on the former Emmy award-winning program, "The Weekly Special."

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