- Dec 27, 2013
It certainly was an interesting place to visit, and I'm so glad I put it onto the list of stops!That chandeliers are fascinating. So are the salons and the ceilings and the bed and breakfast you stayed at.
Your breakfast conversation sounds like it was a very pleasant experience. I guess that is a benefit of staying at a B&B.
I love staying at B&B's and don't think I've ever been disappointed in a stay. I'll continue to stay at them when it makes sense.
This is the best, most succinct explanation I found, but would add that only MARSHAL could ARREST a sheriff. LOL!That is something that I never thought about before. What is the difference between a Marshall and a sheriff?
"What was the difference between a sheriff and a Marshall in the Old West?
Traditionally in the Old West, the sheriff was an elected county official. Towns elected or appointed marshals and also constables. A U.S. marshal was a federal appointment and covered outlaws who broke federal laws. ... Towns that were county seats, like Tombstone, would have both a county sheriff and a town marshal."