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September 07, 2010

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Arrows Sent Forth

My husband's an ND alum. We're big fans of the football team, obviously, but I love when I hear stuff about the gorgeous campus, architecture, etc. It's an amazing place. Wonderful post!

Dominique King

Glad you liked it.
We love visiting college campuses when we travel. Our trip to South Bend came largely as a result of wanting to spend a couple of days away--we hadn't been to Indiana in a while and knew Notre Dame was a pretty campus, so we spent a good part of our time over there just wandering around and taking photos :)

Ed H

We always enjoy our visit to South Bend when we play ND in hockey (Miami of Ohio). We also have a beautiful campus, but obviously, there's only one Dome!

Dominique King

Ed-Thanks for stopping by!
We've watched the Great Lakes Invitational at the Joe at Detroit and the CCHA finals a lot of times...so I've seen both Miami and ND play hockey at least a few times :)


Kerry

I always enjoy exploring college campuses too. thanks for sharing this visit. look forward to reading more about the buildings.

Dominique King

Kerry-We've got a number of beautiful college campuses in the Midwest, and Notre Dame has a number of pretty spectacular buildings.
I've got a couple I'm saving back for later this year :)

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