You were where?
Places in Indiana that you didn't know existed.
Once you've been to Mound Haven, you've been there.
No skiing in Alpine, but if you go to Laurel, maybe. ... Slow for the yellow flasher in B.G.
And all roads lead to New Fairfield.
Legendary basketball star Bobby Plump was from Pierceville. Not much else is.
Peppertown, home of the telephone tower; old Lutheran church, Peppertown This is either St. Leon or Caleb. Napoleon, Crossroads of Indiana
This is either St. Leon or Caleb. Napoleon, Crossroads of Indiana
The Huskers' arch-rival … yep, there is such a place.
But wait, there's more!
It probably leaks!
A wide-open town while it existed. West of Medaryville, which is ...
Kitchel, where gyms survive. Cedar Grove, where bridges survive.
Pines, home of Indiana's shortest highway. This is all of it.
Covered bridge still in use between Oldenburg (lots of spires, right) and Enochsburg.
You really can't get to Enochsburg from here.