Four Winds Casino Resort
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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 ...
... trial - cold case murder. OMG things are different in the USA. The jury can ask questions in a different way to our system, they deal with matters of law with the jury still in Court and the advocates walk around the room. Crazy stuff.
After Uni tour is an inn of court meeting where we have to do a presentation....
Will try take some photos of this wonderfully, reasonably small, quaint amazing-ville. We travel by train back to Chicago tomo AM (boo).
... cones filled with chocolate, marshmallow, banana heated in campfire for dessert Bill's red lawn chair broke while sitting by fire Biked to the beach to watch a gorgeous sunset over Lake Michigan; Sunset at 9:12pm Campfire at our site --- Cornelia, Sharlene, Wendy, Karin Dave, Russ & Rory played cards Everyone to bed at 11:45pm Sunny & beautiful all day (27 C); Much cooler in evening --- could see our ...
... me of the Exotic Marigold Hotel.
Drove over to Indiana Dunes state park, located on Lake Michigan. We climbed a very large sand dune...twice. Not sure if it was the touted Mount Baldy, but it was good exercise. Then we went to the water and put our feet in. We could see steel mills on either end of the beach...not something I am used to seeing at the beach. The large pavilion there was a neat building - it was built in the late 20s and had an ...