In Indiana (the self-proclaimed RV capital of the world) we visited some Motorhome factories and an RV museum. It was pretty interesting to see some of the vintage RV's from the early days.
|The oldest Travael Trailer in the world (1913)|
|1935 Covered Wagon Travel Trailer|
We also visited LaGrange Indiana where I spotted an interesting intersection where Detroit Street crosses Michigan Street. I had to snap a picture since I was born in Detroit Michigan.
There are lots of Amish people living here (even more than in Lancaster PA it seems). I spotted some buggies parked at the County Courthouse.
We enjoyed the character of Northern Indiana - an area filled with RV factories and Amish farms. But 4 days was enough. We then traveled another 4 days across Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska and Eastern Colorado to our current destination outside of Denver.