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Short Indiana Road Trips - Volume 2 - Indiana Road Trip Travel Guide Series

Paul R. Wonning

Publisher: Mossy Feet Books

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Like Short Indiana Road Trips - Volume 1, Short Indiana Road Trips - Volume 2 serves as a guidebook for several short, one day road trips that Hoosiers can enjoy. The author has included fifteen destinations complete with contact information, photos and information about what the traveler might encounter. 
These fabulous spots in Indiana will make an enjoyable destination for families to learn and enjoy.

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