Hilton Garden Inn South Bend
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... dammed for a grist mill and sawmill operation but now the water flows freely over the 65' falls and all that remains is the remnants of the mill building. I would love to return sometime to take a ride on the Park-run railroad that makes stops throughout the park. It would also be fun to see the demonstration of the operation of a lock along the canal - something to look forward to on a return trip. Oh, I also added my ...
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 ...
... statements - in US called impeachment- I made a boo boo at dinner and assumed it meant the same as Nixon-esque impeachment, apparently not!)
So some legal learnings- we are basically hosted by Inns of Court here. For those of you who don't know, the English Bar has four very traditional and historical Inns - Middle, Inner, Lincoln's and Grays. All have their majestic halls (think Harry Potter) and libraries. Obviously Middle Temple wins ...
... 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 ...