Butler Greenwood Plantation
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... the things you want to do and don't have to look back in regret later on thinking about what you missed out on.
There is much more before and after these events, but the time is running out on our library computer and we are pooped as pancakes. So, thank you a million times over to everyone who has helped us along the way in journey. May the love and light of the unicorns continue to bless your day!
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... room was in the coolest area of the house- the basement/ground floor. We learned that Audubon was a taxidermist as well as an artist, and shot and then wired his birds to create the life-like drawings for which he is so famous. He completed 32 drawings while at Oakley, but only stayed a few months, soon returning to New Orleans. This plantation had a good display of slave cabins- ...
... bell, which signaled everyone on the plantation. The gardens were extensive, and we were impressed by the sunken cold frame used to nurture plants in cool weather. Kerry is already thinking about building one! This was our favorite plantation of all of those which we toured! The state does a remarkable job in preserving this site (and there is a senior discount too!) You can read more about Rosedown ...
sky was overcast and the A/C was doing a good job of cooling the vehicle. No burned out compressor here! I think it was just so hot nothing could cool things down. Haven't had to use the generator for the roof air yet, so we are hoping it will work when we need ...
... loving the meals I recall so fondly from 20 (!) years ago. Brynn loved the dirty rice, Annie loved the ribs, and Katie loved the smoked sausage. On the road with full tummies, we were back on I-10 east. The girls slept soundly for 90 minutes and somehow we'd all magically digested our lunch enough to be ready for drive-thru milkshakes for snack. We made good time and drove all the way to Baton Rouge and checked into a little two bedroom suite for a relaxed ...