Baymont Inn & Suites Dowagiac
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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 ...
... everywhere. Old post master building. Court rooms MAGNIFICENT. Went into a jury retiring room. Very interesting. Again a private tour. Quirky fact - Federal Court has the US shield on the wall like we have the Dieu et mon Droit equivalent. The eagle faces the peace leaves held in left talon when US not at war, when at war the shields are redesigned and the eagle faces right talon which holds spears!
Then back to the State Court across the road and watched ...
... Staying in a hotel one block from the court house. And a rather nice hotel at that. Why have one bed when you can have two?
Our first real event was a wonderful dinner hosted at a family home with the South Bend Inn of Court. Four courses - cucumber soup, salad, beef, chocolate ganache pie. House is stunning - this was not lost on the architect's daughter- but I'm sorry Dad but it makes your masterpiece look like any old thing. In a beautiful ...
... cob which Andrew and I had fetched. Cheryl only likes the baby newly picked sweet corn cobs. They are famous for it in Indiana. I found it to be lovely and sweet. We sat out until midnight. Discussing logos of different topics. Reminiscing too. We really enjoyed it it was a real ...