Rockville, Indiana

Day 431

     Rockville is a town in Parke County, Indiana, and was laid out in 1824, three years after the county was founded, when it became the county seat. We went to this county seat because they had a museum.

     Parke County is known for it’s many covered bridges, and we were looking for information before our trip tomorrow to tour the bridges.

     What we found was a hodgepodge collection of memorabilia of the town. More interesting than the items, was it’s curator, a 75 year old women who lived in this town her entire life. 

    Despite her age, no matter what item you picked up, and you could touch everything, she gave you it’s personal history. I can’t remember where we visited last week, much less events that happened 50 years ago. 

     For example, I picked up some letter, and she told me that those letter were written by her school teacher, who’s son she once dated. No matter what you were looking at, she related it to someone she knew, or an event that happened. She was fascinating. 

Technical Stuff:

Goshen, Indiana to Rockville, Indiana: 222.5 miles

4 hours 54 minutes

11.1 MPG

Diesel: $2.48

 

3 thoughts on “Rockville, Indiana

    1. We use diesel, which usually is more than regular gas. I also have discount card for some diesel points, for example, I use a Walmart gift card that gets me 3 cents off a gallon and a Sunoco credit card that gets me 5 cents off. I have 6 or 7 of these cards. When I find diesel at $2.19 a gallon, I fill up my 50 gallon auxiliary tank.

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