The river is one of those things we mostly take for granted. Today on Michiana Chronicles, Sid Shroyer takes a closer look.
The St. Joseph River is the watershed of most of what we call Michiana. Like the more famous Charles, Hudson, and Potomac, it’s an end-of-the-road river. It carries its own water all the way to the Sea of the Great Lakes. Best, it’s ours. It’s an unobtrusive, patient friend. It’s a tranquil back yard or a porch we share.