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Sandstone building detail marquette

Today was a gorgeous day that sun-warmed the front porch to well over 70°F, which was perfect because we had guests to dinner, and THE place to eat in our tiny cottage is the porch, not the kitchen, if you wanna do it right.

However, not much to report photographically, so this is from yesterday, the upper exterior of one of Marquette’s many gorgeous sandstone buildings. Perhaps the most famous is the Marquette County Courthouse, in part because the trial in “Anatomy of a Murder,” both in the book by John D. Volker (writing as Robert Traver) and the 1959 movie were set there.

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