usually stop there, but on our trip to North Carolina, we traversed the length
of the state. If you haven't traveled through Indiana before, I will tell you the
code word.......FLAT. Indiana is a pretty flat state, which makes it perfect for
growing things. There are lots of farms and fields of grain, soybeans, corn, and
other crops. If you stop in a small town restaurant, you are likely to see farmers
and farmer's families. In the spring, they still have the mud from the fields on their
boots. So, now that you know where lots of your food comes from, you might like to
take a look at our photos. These are typical photos of Indiana countryside...........
but no silos. There were so many I couldn't decide which ones to photograph!
We made a few stops. Once at a rest stop to check email and water our dog, Kitty.
You can see her right under the table where Terry is reading his email. The
harvested wheat field was right behind the rest stop area. On the way home, we
stopped for blueberries. We get blueberries at this farm every year when we take
or pick up our grandson for his annual stay at Grandpa & Grandma Camp. We
hope you enjoyed our little romp through Indiana from the Interstate.
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Photos & Post by Bonnie Westbrook
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