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On June 9th I was exploring another important place of Michigan - Lansing. Lansing is the official government site and East Lansing houses Michigan State University. For more click on: http://www.lansing.org/.

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June 9, 2006: Thank you, Barbara, my best guide for good and all, for the trips we had exploring, and for your friendship that I' ll never forget ...

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June 9, 2006: Barb' s younger son Jordan, who graduated from Michigan State this May, gave us an excellent tour of University Campus. A couple of the following pictures represent Michigan state University Campus, which is a huge area of dorms, different colleges, sport fields, halls and administrative buildings.

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June 9, 2006: Student dormitories

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June 9, 2006: University Library

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June 9, 2006: Beaumont Tower is a structure on the beautiful campus of Michigan State University. It is a symbol of MSU.

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June 9, 2006: Typical black squirrels. They are pretty much used to people:-))

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June 9, 2006: The central library

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June 9, 2006: Barb with Jordan

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June 9, 2006: Student Stone in a park area, close to Red Cedar River, just now announcing World Soccer Cup

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June 9, 2006: Football Field

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June 9, 2006: GO GREEN!!

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June 9, 2006: Albert H. & Sarah A. Case South Hall

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June 9, 2006: Welcome to Michigan State!!!

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June 9, 2006: In such a huge campus direction signs are everywhere ...

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June 9, 2006: Campus parking Lot

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June 9, 2006: A typical picture of the campus - parked bicycles. Here in front of one of the oldest colleges of the University - Agricultural and Engineering College

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June 9, 2006: Spartan statue located close to the sport fields

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June 9, 2006: MSU Football Stadium. Let' s go Green!!:-))

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June 9, 2006: On our way to the Capitol ...

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June 9, 2006: We also dined out together with Jordan and his girlfriend Maggie at a very cute local pub.

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June 9, 2006: City of Lansing on our way to the Michigan Capitol ...

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June 9, 2006: Lansing City Hall

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June 9, 2006: The Michigan State Capitol. It has served as Michigan' s seat of state government since 1879. The Michigan capitol was the first of three state capitols designed by Elijah E. Myers in the 1870s and 1880s. Its successful completion established Myers' reputation as the premiere capitol-builder of the post-Civil War period. The Michigan State Capitol reflected - and inspired - the national trend after the Civil War for monumental fireproof buildings, constructed to house state governments growing in size and complexity, as well as to serve as suitable repositories for mementos of the war itself.

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June 9, 2006:From this sign you may learn it was Detroit that used to be Michigan's seat of government before moving public administration to Lansing.

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June 9, 2006: The statue of Ausitn Bell, war governor of Michigan

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June 9, 2006: Bye! Bye for now Michigan! My country away from my country for one long year ...

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