Blue Willow Bed And Breakfast

Address: 505 East Rutland Street, Covington, Louisiana, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 505 East Rutland Street, Covington, is near UCM Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Covington

      Meeting a master genealogist

      A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 16, 2014

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      ... of his books there, some of which are indexes of information which he has collected from many decades of courthouse searches. He was very familiar with the Morris, Franklin, and Campbell families, and in fact, said we are "cousins" on the Morris side! He is a retired professor from Eastern LSU. He gave me his contact information- he has spent a fortune getting his books published and I shared with him my limited experience ...

      Patriots before a storm

      A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 13, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      Headed to the Franklinton, La. library for research. They have a wonderful selection which is well organized for genealogical researchers. We found out that using digital scanners and photos is illegal in Louisiana- all must be done on the copy machine at the library-interesting. Took some notes and made some copies- one with the signature of my 4th great grandmother- Jemima Morris Franklin Magee! We tried to visit the piece of land ...

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      A travel blog entry by hmetevier2 on Jun 25, 2014

      1 comment

      ... water and bleach is). But it was nice to get to live another way for a time. I enjoyed the change from the cathedrals to visiting the elaborate temples and wats. I liked eating the local food, even though the dishes were washed in the streets and you could never b sure if your food was sanitarily prepared. The Vietnamese food was by far my favorite. I am however ready for a break from noodles and rice. The landscapes of Vietnam were also my favorite as ...

      A Little Bit of History

      A travel blog entry by yaya7 on Jun 26, 2013

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      It all began in the Fall of 1971 when 6 young ladies from various parts of Louisiana and one from Missouri enrolled in LSU and went through rush, pledging Delta Zeta sorority. The next year, one more pledged and she preferred to hang out with the "seasoned" girls. This was the beginning of lifelong friendships for 7 girls, aka the "yaya7". The yayas and their hometowns are: Heidi, Tallulah, LA; Bobbie, Lafayette, LA; Jonelle, Baton Rouge, LA; ...

      Big Ole Lake Ponchartrain

      A travel blog entry by shipoffools on Apr 20, 2013

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... going.



      They made it across Lake Ponchartrain right at dusk and entered the Rigolets having to cross under the Hwy 11 bridge and also the I-10 twin span.












      Around 8:30pm tonight, I talked to Joe and he said they had run into mud going through the ...