We had a beautiful drive down through Arkansas on Friday. Highway 71 took us through the Ouachita Mountains and national forest by the same name. Many trees now have their leaves off, but some still have their yellow and red leaves which, with a bright sun shining on them, gave quite a show of autumnal beauty. I do not know where they were cutting trees, but many fully loaded logging trucks passed us. We are now parked outside of Texarkana, a town on the Arkansas and Texas borders. There is a street in Texarkana called State Line, which we walked along on our tour of the city Saturday. On one side of the street is Texas, and, upon crossing the street, we were in Arkansas. In downtown Texarkana are two municipal buildings which have to deal with this unusual conundrum. The Bi-State Justice building is home for 20 city, county, and state judicial and law enforcement agencies. Because the building is located in two states, special legislation by both Arkansas and Texas created unique legal jurisdiction applicable to just inside the building. It is the only such facility of its kind in the world. Another unique building straddling the State Line is the Post Office and Courthouse. The Federal Building sits in two zip codes, its official address is listed as Texarkana, U.S.A. 75501. There is a special photographer's island outside the building where a picture may be taken of it. As with the Bi-State building, two different state flags fly in front of it.