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little Indiana Weekly Recap: 9/8/2013 – 9/15/2013

Stuckey Farms in Sheridan, Indiana

This week we visited a new seasonal attraction in Sheridan, Indiana, ate at a wonderful (also seasonal) ice cream parlor that's been around since the 1950's in Maplewood, Indiana, and explored a wonderfully educational attraction: the Canal Interpretive Center and Museum in Delphi, Indiana. Of course, we revisited a few favorites in images, highlighted another Featured Indiana Blogger, and had the chance to bake a batch of Easy Chocolate Chip Scones! Read More »

little Indiana Weekly Recap 8/25/2013 – 8/31/2013

This week was a great one! We explored a fantastic antique shop in teeny, tiny Battle Ground, Indiana and toodled around the Farmland General Store in Farmland, Indiana! We revisited the Fairmount Museum on the James Dean side of things and a bakery in Centerville, in images. I made good use of wonderful peaches from my neighbor with a Blueberry and Peach Pie recipe! Is that not an awesome idea? Let me tell you--it's a new family favorite! Read More »

little Indiana Weekly Recap 8/18/2013 – 8/24/2013

Aukiki Festival Kouts Indiana

"Let's start at the very beginning..." and that would be yesterday's Aukiki River Festival in Kouts, Indiana! We had a bite to eat at Hinkle's Sandwich Shop in Madison (love those mini hamburgers!), and toured a gorgeous home turned antique shop! Read More »

Win 2 Tickets to DigIN 2013 in Indianapolis

Jessica Nunemaker little Indiana

As a DigIN gastronaut, I'm so excited to offer up two free General Admission Tickets to the August 25 DigIN: a Taste of Indiana at White River State Park in Indianapolis, Indiana! Read More »

little Indiana Call for Writers: New Project, Need Writers

Jessica Nunemaker at eMbers Venue in Rensselaer, Indiana

little Indiana is looking for writers for a new project featuring (drum-roll please) mom and pops and things to do in Indiana cities! Read More »

little Indiana Weekly Recap 8/4/2013 — 8/10/2013

Fairmount Historical Museum in Fairmount, Indiana The Home of James Dean

We sniffed our way through a lovely homemade soap shop, soaked up a bit of James Dean history at a wonderful, artifact full museum, AND revisited a great antique shop. There was time for my new favorite recipe for fast to fix cheese tortellini pasta too. Read More »

little Indiana Weekly Recap 7/28/20113 – 8/3/2013

Doddridge Chapel and Cemetery in Centerville, Indiana

little Indiana and family have been making good use of the gorgeous weather! Browse through a very large antique mall in a tiny small town, revisit a unique antiques and more shop in yet another small town, and tromp through a humongous cemetery next to a very old chapel (that has a great history). It's all in a week's work for little Indiana! There was still time to share a zucchini bread recipe that you'll love if you, like me, prefer to have non-chunky bread. Read More »

little Indiana Weekly Updates 7/21/2013 – 7/27/2013

Payne's Custard and Coffee in Gas City, Indiana

Sticky Toffee Pudding? Oh, yeah, I thought that would get your attention! Besides a visit to that unique British cafe in Gas City, Indiana, I played with pottery in Covington, sampled Persimmon Pudding with a scoop of Persimmon ice cream in a business that makes their own ice cream, and revisited Indiana's oldest record shop. You could say it was a great week! Read More »

little Indiana Weekly Recap 7/14/2013 — 7/20/2013

Efroymson Restoration at Kankakee Sands

Temperatures may have soared, but that didn’t keep us from exploring! This week was awesome. We tromped through trails that mimic what Indiana would have looked like way back then at the Efroymson Restoration at Kankakee Sands. We shopped at a fantastic antique shop in Scottsburg and browsed beautiful tables in Madison. There was still time to whip up a ... Read More »

little Indiana Weekly Recap 6/30/2013 — 7/6/2013

LaRita's Lodge Bed and Breakfast in Upland, Indiana

What a week! We ate phenomenal barbecue, stayed in a lovely, comfortable bed and breakfast with pink barns and amazing views, and revisited in images a unique restaurant with train cars! Eli Rose Social Media popped over and shared how to manage social media during the holidays for all of you small business owners. Then? There was time for a Sloppy Joes recipe--and celebrating! Kid #2 turned 8 this week so we selected a particularly unusual bed and breakfast to help celebrate. You'll want to stay tuned for that one! They don't make homes like that every day. Read More »

+Jessica Nunemaker