Kennedy Manor Bed and Breakfast
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... beat of the moment. From the closeness of people living on little lots in a
trailer park, all waving at one another as you go by, to the expanse of large
lots and big houses, and cottages that make up our home area, our home area in
this beach community who are yet to show up for their summer vacations and
weekends. We are still lucky to have friends here like we had in Mercedes, and
I will expand on this later, but for now we are home.
Friday night met Emily, Bo, and Aaron in Kilgore at Napolis Italian. In Jefferson, Austin Street Bistro, located 117 East Austin St for lunch with Emily, Bo, Aaron. We all enjoyed the lunch. Trip: From home, take 59 to 190 at Livingston, go east. Go to Woodvile, then north on ...
I don't know why we're so excited....check back with us in a few hours when we're STILL in Texas! We stopped on the line to gas up. We threw on our old cowboy boots and our hats and walked around the TA for a bit. We tried really hard to look like it was just another day. :-) Back to singing along at the top of our lungs to all our old country songs! PS. So far, everything seems to be the same size as it is in ...
The drive through Arkansas and east Texas was scenic with plenty of trees lining the roadway, although we did experience slow travel due to construction which frustrated me. But with almost 2000 miles traveled on our trip it was the 1st such inconvenience we had on the road, which was ...
... ago so they are very big and form a beautiful archway up to the mansion. We took a tour of the house learning about the family that owned the plantation and got to see some of the period furniture. Behind the house is another row of oaks a little smaller than the front oaks. It was a beautiful house but the best part of the plantation was the oak alley!