More Signs from Indiana


All of these signs were seen on a Sunday along the Heritage Trail in Indiana mostly contained within Elkhart County. The Pillsbury’s flour sign was in Wakarusa.




These last two signs are in Topeka, Indiana just south of Shipshewana next to Yoder Popcorn. There were a few places that would have been fun to explore but were closed on Sunday.

Linking up to signs, signs with Lesley.

Such a wet and drippy day here in the Pacific Northwest. Daughter and I had a fun several hours shopping at the Navy Exchange and Costco with a little lunch in between.

About Ellen am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

7 thoughts on “More Signs from Indiana

  1. Well shoot! They were closed. That looks like an interesting shop from their lovely signs. You always select the most interesting things to photograph.

  2. It’s kind of wonderful to know that “Closed Sundays” still exists! You got some great shots and I would like to check out that store one day! Watching the world series nail biter in the 10th inning – Go Cubs!

  3. For some reason little shops like that one are absent around here. I think one has to drive outside of Denver to find them. I love your signs today, good Ellen!

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