I usually write about historic trails and walks in Washington State, but this spring the Indiana Historical Society Press published a labor of love from another Washington–in Indiana. 25 Sugarland Road, Letters of Love and War, 1944-1945 is a narrative of letters my parents wrote to each other during World War II. They had only been married two months when Bob McBride was transported to Europe to fight in the last, fierce battles of the war. Luella Hart McBride bounced around her sisters and in-laws’ homes in southern Indiana as she awaited the birth of their first child. Their letters reveal the hardships of the war both on the battlefront and the homefront and their longing to see each other again. The 25 Sugarland Road address was my grandparents’ home on a rural road outside Washington, Indiana, to and from many of the letters were sent. Read an interview about how the book was written. It may be ordered from Indiana Historical Society Press.