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The Ivy Wreath Floral and Gifts in Knightstown, Indiana

The Ivy Wreath Floral and Gifts in Knightstown, Indiana

I love when we find a fresh flower and plant florist in a small town, like when we stumbled into The Ivy Wreath Floral and Gifts in Knightstown, Indiana. Read More »

Images: Bill’s Clockworks in Flora

Bill's Clockworks in Flora, Indiana

For new or antique shops and repairs, Bill's Clockworks in Flora, Indiana is a wonderful destination! You'll find just what you need--and then some. Read More »

Greentree in Huntingburg, Indiana

Greentree in Huntingburg, Indiana Jewelry by Local Artists

Positively perfect in every way, Greentree in Huntingburg, Indiana will appeal to a variety of shoppers from clothing to handcrafted jewelry to antiques! Read More »

Indiana Cotton Mill in Cannelton

Indiana Cotton Mill in Cannelton, Indiana

Once, not so long ago, Indiana Cotton Mill in Cannelton, Indiana was the most endangered historic building on the Indiana Landmark's list. Read More »

Monrovia Mudworks in Mooresville

Monrovia Mudworks in Mooresville, Indiana

Situated inside a lovely brick home, Monrovia Mudworks is now chock-full of artsy fun! Gallery, studio, and roomy workshop, locals have it so good. Read More »

Union City Antique Mall in Union City, Indiana

Union City Antique Mall in Union City, Indiana Exterior

Well-rounded, large selection, and plenty of space to store it all in, Union City Antique Mall in Union City, Indiana is simply amazing! Read More »

Wordless Wednesday: Oakalla Covered Bridge in Greencastle

Oakalla Covered Bridge in Greencastle, Indiana

Oakalla Covered Bridge is a single span wooden bridge built in 1898 by Joseph J. Daniels. It stretches across Big Walnut Creek--and couldn't be more lovely! Read More »

Berries and Ivy Country Store in Martinsville

Berries & Ivy Country Store in Martinsville, Indiana

When it comes to Berries and Ivy Country Store in Martinsville, Indiana, I don't even know where to begin! Read More »

Wordless Wednesday: Gone, But Not Forgotten

Ofenhaus Bakery in Huntingburg, Indiana

While working my way through writing little Indiana the BOOK, I discovered that too many small businesses have since closed their doors. Read More »

Indiana Bridges: Ferris Wheel Turned Dunns Bridge

Dunns Bridge in Kouts, Indiana

Some believe that farmer Isaac Dunn used the metal from the Ferris wheel to make a bridge, Dunn Bridge in Kouts, Indiana. Read More »

+Jessica Nunemaker