For those who like architecture; re-posting photos of various homes and buildings in the area. (All photos my own unless otherwise stated.)
Above: St. Andrew's Episcopal. Below: The county jail, built in 1908, and since replaced.
Above: The Clabber Girl baking powder museum. Below: A neighbouring county's octagonal tile war memorial.
Above: An abandoned blue Italianate house, located in a nearby town. Below: A pink Italianate, located in the same town. This particular style was very popular in the town of Greencastle. As a side note: the pink house is where my childhood doctor lived and had her offices.
Above: The old Cataract general store; you can't see it in this photo, but had I turned around I could have taken a picture of the old two-room schoolhouse my father attended when he was wee. Below: A couple of views of the now fully-restored Indiana theatre.
Hope you've enjoyed this tour of some of the area's architecture. And now, in 'honour' of Indiana's most recent excursion into legislative idiocy: