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Metamora, Indiana

The day we stopped by the "Duck Creek Aqueduct", Metamora, Indiana, the shops were closed (it was a Sunday, hey you do what what ya gotta do when traveling, Sunday's happen & you have to make due.) We did have fun checking out the views. Be sure to click the pics to enlarge them to read those signs. Such amazing info. "Metamora Grist & Roller Mill" built in 1845 - rebuilt in 1900. & how often do you see an aqueduct? Metamora is such a cool area. Beth ( ; 


eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth, I enjoyed this post on your visit to the Duck Creek Aqueduct. Sorry the shops were closed, at least you were able to view the canal boat, buildings and the canal. Great series of photos. Happy Monday, enjoy your week.

Merry Christmas to you and your family.
Debbie said…
what a bummer that the shops were that covered bridge, those are my favorites!!!
Missy George said…
What A charming bad the shops were closed... I enjoyed your pictures. I wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and all the best in 2016
Missy George said…
What A charming bad the shops were closed... I enjoyed your pictures. I wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and all the best in 2016
Ruth Hiebert said…
You find the most interesting places to visit.Thanks for sharing them here.
genie said…
This looks like it could have been in the United Kingdom. You will have to plan another trip so you can do your shopping..hehehe.
EG CameraGirl said…
Duck Creek Aqueduct provided you with so many wonderful photo ops! Sad about the shops being closed, though.
William Kendall said…
Very cool that the aqueduct has been preserved!
Rose said…
We have been to Metamora...several years ago....
Beth - Merry Christmas and all that's good in the year ahead.
Cheryl @ TFD said…
I haven't been able to blog much lately, but wanted to stop by and wish you a very Merry Christmas! Hope to be able to visit more next year!

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