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April 30, 2009


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I have relatives in Tipton, IN, and take I-69 back to MI. Next visit I'm stopping for Sechlers Pickles!
So...how many pecks of pickled products did Dominique and Tim pack in the car to take home?


Diana-How much wood could a wood chuck chuck... :lol:
We brought home six jars of pickled products.
I don't think we ever would have known this store was here if we hadn't gotten off of the road to look at a nearby state park. It looks like a pretty easy on and easy off stop, though.


I have had the same experience when taking a road trip, that is to discover the most interesting things unexpectedly on the way to or from your destination.

Dominique King

Robert-Those unexpected discoveries are the real fun of road trips, aren't they? They're often the highlight of a trip for me.

Lauren Weber

What a cool post. I'm definitely going to remember this place the next time I travel through Indiana...I want to take the tour!

Dominique King

Lauren-I've still been trying to get Tim to go back so I could take the factory tour, too!

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