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We say goodbye to Ohio, acres of cornfields ready for harvest and beautiful farmland with silos and white farmhouses.
Before we departed, we traveled to Peninsula, OH to spend a couple of hours walking in the newest of our National Parks , Cuyahoga Valley. It incorporates 125 miles along the original Ohio & Erie Canal. We saw only a smidgen of this 33.000 acre park - walking to see the Brandywine Falls. The water ...
Have traveled across the northern part of Ohio toward Indiana. Staying in Niles, Michigan tonight as South Bend was booked. Are headed for Indian Dunes National Park and from there the American Pickers shop in LeClair, Indiana. The American Pickers shop should be a ...
It's official. There is a reason I love Parks and Recreation. It is set in Indiana. WHICH I LOVE.
This will be a very quick update- we have 30 mins before a tour of Notre Dame University (pronounced 'noter daim' in the USA!)
Day started with a breakfast meeting at a local firm to discuss a famous wire tapping case (think phone hacking).
Then off to the Courts.
The US court system is very confusing. They have state courts and ...
... Arrived there about 230am... I think time changed after Chicago. We got nestled between tractor trailers in this big lot. Nowhere close for Kody Girl to go potty, plus it was really storming. So we got settled and let her sleep with us. She snuggled up with us and slept all night till about noon! Storm was gone and Poppy took her out! Total miles for the trip 814 thus ...
... The wind finally died down in the late evening so we once again got to sit out by the campfire. While that was pleasant, Wendell and I both are questioning whether the insect bites were worth it. The St. Joseph River is not a little thing. I looked up some information about it and found it starts in Hillsdale, MI then meanders southwest around South Bend, IN (perhaps that how it got its name), and then heads back to Michigan ...